August 13, 2013 , ,

Sup guys just checking in for this week. The weekend was nutso, as usual. On Friday we hit up Atlanta, and you know the ‘A’ don’t mess around. This was one of the smaller block parties, but it was still crazy sold out and rammed from early.


Dillon Francis murdered it! On Saturday we headed to Brooklyn, where ten thousand kids were waiting at the Williamsburg Pier park. It was insane. Flosstradamus has been crushing each and every one of the block parties, and this time was no different.


Shout out my buddy DJ Sliink for keeping the tens inside of the twenties. Reggie Watts came out, Travie McCoy came out, it was a regular bud fest! New York is a special place for the Major Lazer crew, we have tons of friends and family there, and last year we didn’t get to perform cuz a crazy storm came through. Do this was officially our first New York block party.

Always a big shout out to my Trinidad crew for repping hard and supporting the team. We love you!

Keep tagging those pictures, and hit me up on Twitter and Facebook and let me know where you gonna be!


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