Grace of Spades + Miss Hap

Grace of Spades

Grace of Spades was born into the New York music scene going to her father’s gigs in a stroller. His eclectic record collection that included everything from punk, soul, R & B to reggae, spawned the birth of her interest in the culture of Jamaican reggae music, thus leading to the accumulation of her own scratchy 45 selection. At 18, she hosted DJ nights around various Brooklyn dives, then toured the Southeast and landed some gigs overseas. With great fortune, she found herself cleaning records for her friends at Deadly Dragon Sound System a few days a week. Here she amassed an even deeper love for the art of the DJ… along with a few dozen more piles of records. She continues to play her records out regularly and always supports her reggae family far and wide!

Miss Hap

Selam Samuel, who DJs under the name Miss Hap, has been steadily moving dance floors in NYC for almost five years. Miss Hap has had the pleasure of playing some of NYC’s longest running reggae parties such as Coney Island Reggae on the Boardwalk, When Dance Was Nice, Downtown Top Ranking and Swing a Ling. She has also made several radio appearances on the Lot, WFMU, WNYU and BBox Radio. Outside the decks, you can find her several days a week behind the counter at Record City in Flatbush for all your vinyl necessities. You can catch Miss Hap spinning around Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens and everywhere else in between.



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