Big Beat Records knows how to throw a party.
The scene was set just right on a beautiful and sunny Tuesday in Manhattan at the glamorous Fishbowl. The trendy bar, located at the snazzy Dream Midtown hotel, had every type of elaborate and stylish character you could ever imagine walk through the front entrance. Attendees knew they were in for something special once they arrived in the dimly lit and mysterious downstairs area.
There was a sense of fun and freedom in the air. It could only mean that it was time for the record label's annual "Summer Series BBQ" to get underway. There were plenty of sliders and vegetable kebabs to go around with an endless amount of overflowing Heineken bottles that kept the festivities going all night long. In addition to the excellent food and good vibes, the music was poppin' from start to finish.
Who better to bring the hottest jams to the people than the popular New Jersey heroes known as Cash Cash? The DJs made sure to bring the fire for an event that was fancier than any king's wildest dream.
The boys held it down the entire night, playing some of their biggest chart-topping hits throughout their established careers. "Take Me Home" took the flaming hot extravaganza to a whole new level while their buzzworthy single "Matches," sung by the insanely talented ROZES, had the whole crowd chanting along to every word of the catchy chorus.
The night came to a fierce and memorable end when Cash Cash threw their signature flag into the crowd to wrap up their set. The piece of memorabilia seemed to be a hotter ticket item than the SNES Classic.
Cash Cash mingled with a variety of guests after putting on an electric show. They proved not only were they the ultimate BBQ hosts this summer, but just overall cool dudes who you could casually share a beer and a laugh with.