Brooklyn Took It is a dance party that meets every first Friday of the month at Friends and Lovers in BK. The party is led by resident DJs Rogue and Noumenon who spin Classic 90's and early 2000 Hip-Hop, R&B, Funk, Soul, Breaks, Disco, and Dancehall.
The rules are simple: Come as you, ready to dance.
The Vibe: Classic NYC parties.
FRIENDS & LOVERS
641 Classon Ave. Brooklyn, NY. Between Dean and Pacific.
Friday, July 6th, 2018
Doors open at 10pm
21 & up with proper id
No Requests. Ever.
Growing tired of the typical club scene of strict door policies, bottle sparklers, promoter politics, and the same music, Brooklyn Took It is an environment dedicated to sharing quality music and good vibes. Taking it back to when the music truly mattered, each month will also feature a guest DJ that will showcase their creativity and talents while keeping the party going.
"We're just bringing a dope party vibe back to Brooklyn. There's something really special going on out here and we wanted to contribute in our own way. We have a lot to offer in creativity and we feel at home doing it here in Brooklyn. It's nothing against any other borough or DJ. We just got tired of the politics in the city and wanted something different."
"We're not trying to save the scene or change it. We're not in competition with anyone nor do we care to be. We just wanted to throw an event that focuses on what we think is good music, and provides a positive environment for people of all different backgrounds that have one thing in common...the love for music and dance."
Each month Brooklyn Took It features a guest DJ to add to the unique style and feel of the event. Every guest DJ brings their own level of creativity and style to the tables, which results in the perfect balance of energy, skill, and music selection. To learn more about our previous guests and how to stay connected with them, click any image below.
This month's edition of Brooklyn Took It features one of our favorite DJs in the circuit right now and she's been absolutely killing it. Zephyr Ann is a Brooklyn-based DJ, educator, and writer. Her creative pursuits all stem from her love of popular culture and the history of the African diaspora. As a DJ, she has played with legends in both the hip-hop and house music worlds, and currently holds residencies at House of Yes, SISTERS, and a number of other well-known venues in NYC.
In case you missed out or you're searching for those flicks of you dancing in all your glory, we got you. Each blog post contains info on our next installment and also features recaps and photo albums of the most current BKTI event.