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Sunday, December 13, 2015 the NYC Santos Party House was on fire!  The PAINKILLERS RELOADED...VETS VS ROOKIES concert series featured performances by veteran emcees RAEKWON the CHEF and BUN B and seven of your favorite rookie emcees: GRAFH, TRAY PIZZYMURDA MOOK, BILLY DA KIDFRED THE GODSON, PARDISON FONTAINECHRIS WEBBY and MANOLO ROSE.

The hosts for the night were none other than the King Of URL Rap Battle, Smack White and rapper Low KeyDJ Don DeMarco, Ted Smooth and TRASE provided the soundtrack for the night. 

RAEKWON and BUN B teamed up with Queens emcee, GRAFH + LITTLES & TEAM BANG DOPE GANG, to bring us this concert series which challenged these seven rookie emcees to bring their "A games" and best bars to the stage.  GRAFH also celebrated the release of his new album, also named, "PAINKILLERS RELOADED", which features blazing tracks like, "ACTIVE" ft BUN B and "LIKE ME" ft WIZ KHALIFA.  

It was an unforgettable night of hot 16's and classic performances.  Most notable performances were by TRAY PIZZY, who destroyed the stage,    BUN B and GRAFH's live performance of "ACTIVE", PARDISON FONTAINE and company's performance of "Bobby Brown" and MANOLO ROSE who ripped it down and then brought out Lil Cease of JUNIOR M.A.F.I.A.  

Trust and belive no one left the NYC Santos Party House disappointed...good crowd, great music, no violence.  We look forward to attending the next LITTLES & TEAM BANG DOPE GANG event.  

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