Dec 8th: Webbafied Slumrise Symphony Release

Join us to celebrate the release of Webbafied’s newest project “Slumrise Symphony” featuring DJ Poska.

There will be an open-mic all night as well, show up early for a good spot on the list.

Dec 15th: Open-Mic + Dubb Sicks Showcase

NYC’s longest-running weekly hip-hop show continues into its 13th year, NOW OPENING EARLY at 7pm and ending at 12am.

On December 15th catch a showcase by Dubb Sicks (Austin).

Of course every Sunday night we have the open-mic, just make sure to get there early and sign the list.

Hip Hop Legends DJ Johnny Juice vs. Swiss Chris at The Pyramid Club, New York City

Hip Hop Open Mic Event Co-Hosted by End of the Weak and Universal Zulu Nation Features DJ Johnny Juice of Public Enemy vs Drummer Swiss Chris on Sunday May 12th, 8:30pm at The Pyramid Club, L.E.S., New York City.

May 6, 2013 – NEW YORK — DJ Johnny “Juice” Rosado is an award winning and Emmy-Nominated Composer, Producer, Turntablist, Engineer, Musician, B-boy, Graf writer, MC, Educator, Lecturer, and Mentor. Raised in the Bronx, he witnessed the birth of Hip Hop right on his doorstep. Moving to Strong Island in the early 80’s, he immediately made an impact on the Long Island’s budding Hip-Hop scene. His work, especially with Public Enemy, has been embedded into Hip Hop history. With over 27 years in the industry, he has contributed to some of Hip Hop’s greatest works. Over the years he has lent his production and scratching skills to projects by other legendary Hip Hop artists such as the Beastie Boys, Slick Rick, Leaders of the New School, and DMC. Recently nominated for three 2013 NAACP Image Awards including Best Album, Juice continues to remain relevant in an ever changing industry. In 2007 he was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame as a member of Public Enemy and is scheduled to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Public Enemy in 2013. Chris is an in-demand first-call session drummer/music director. He recently worked with the legendary Gloria Gaynor doing TV appearances and touring for the 30th anniversary “I Will Survive” promo. Swiss is well-known for his work as musical director and drummer for the nine-time GRAMMY® winner John Legend, with whom he worked for four years. He is now concentrating on his own solo career with a forthcoming album. Swiss is also actively involved with his charitable organization, S.W.I.S.S. (Saving With Instruments, Samples and Soundz), dedicated to healing, education, and promoting communication through music for the betterment of the world. Swiss Chris has worked with artists such as Sir Elton John, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Common, Wyclef Jean, Miss Lauryn Hill, Corinne Bailey Rae, India Arie, Bridget Kelly, Marsha Ambrosius and has appeared on numerous television shows. Swiss Chris endorses Natal Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Regal Tip Sticks, Evans Drum Heads, Roland Electronics.


Swiss Chris at EOW

Venue Information:
The Pyramid Club

101 Avenue A, #1 (between 6th/7th Streets)
Lower East Side (LES) New York, New York 10009
Telephone: 212-228-4888
Sunday, May 12th, 8:30pm (Doors at 8pm)
$10 Admission

End of the Weak (EOW) was founded in 2000 as one of the few weekly platforms in NYC where hungry MCs could showcase and hone their talent. What started as a small Open Mic in the back of a restaurant has grown into NYC’s longest-running weekly hip-hop show and an International Hip-Hop movement. End Of the Weak has expanded into five continents, twelve countries and twenty-two cities around the globe in our ten years in existence. The MC Challenge has given artists all over the world a new medium to test their talents. The non-confrontational tone of the EOW MC Challenge and the talent of the MC’s that compete in it have catapulted its success and brings together hip-hop lovers across the world. End of the Weak is now a multi national entertainment lifestyle brand and produces events, multimedia and clothing that represents the uniquely global hip hop flavor.

The Universal Zulu Nation is an international hip hop awareness group formed and headed by hip hop pioneer Afrika Bambaata. Originally known simply as the Organization, it arose in the 1970s as reformed New York City gang members began to organize cultural events for youths, combining local dance and music movements into what would become known as the various elements of hip hop culture. By the 1980s, hip hop had spread globally, and the Zulu Nation has since established (autonomous) branches in Japan, France, the UK, Australia, South Korea and the Cape Flats in Cape Town South Africa. The Zulu Nation has undergone changes over the past decade. From the late 1980s, at the height of the Afrocentric movement in hip hop (when artists such as KRS-One, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest, the Native Tongues, and Rakim hit success), the movement seemed to be incorporating many doctrines from the Nation of Islam, the Nation of Gods and Earths, and the Nuwaubians. In the 2000s, however, its official website affirmed that the Zulu Nation has left the system of “believing” and instead adheres to Factology versus Beliefs, a philosophy and doctrine that can often be seen in, though is not always exclusive to, Nuwaubianism.


Chicago MC’s Showcase 2/17/13


Darrius Terrell Luckett aka “KD” is a young titan on the rise. His musical journey began at the age of 13, tapping into a creative spark that grew into a passion for rap and hip-hop. Being raised in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago, a neighborhood that unfortunately had and still does have a notorious reputation of poverty and violence, KD had a story to tell. He learned how to channel his anger, aggression and negative energies through his music. This type of energy was the focal point of musical content that is true and from the heart.

KD – My Apologies (produced by D. Brooks)

KD – Send This Bitch (produced by D. Brooks)




Yung Air

Often awakened in his Waukegan, IL home as a child on Sunday mornings by the sounds of Earth, Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson, or Stevie Wonder; Yung Air grew up with classic music pumping through his veins. From the tender age of 3 Yung air was able to captivate crowds of family and friends as he mimicked Michael Jackson’s classic moonwalk dance. As Yung Air grew older his attraction to music grew stronger. Still with a strong ability to entertain, He took his talent to cyphers as he freestyled his way to a new passion; Hip-Hop. Freestyling soon grew to song making as Yung Air and a group of childhood friends started releasing mixtapes and albums in high school. It wasn’t long before a majority of his classmates recognized his lyrical talent in the booth as well as his ability on the football field.

Yung Air – Oh my goodness

Yung Air – Que Ball PHE


Mr. Unknown

Mr. Unknown – The introduction

Mr. Unknown – Dont let me fold up

Mr. Unknown – Whole summer

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Behanzin – Bad

Behanzin – Do Wut I Kan

Behanzin – Charlie Sheen Master



FaceGod – Whats The World Coming To

FaceGod – In The Booth

FaceGod – Hate Me

TK Performing Back On My Hustle

True Knowledge rocking the stage on December 16th 2012 With the first single “Back On My Hustle” off the Soundproze and TK presents the “Representing Hip Hop” LP

End Of the Weak NYC – Song Of the Week – Ignatius

Ignatius performs Song of The Week on Sunday, Sep. 16th, 2012. Make sure to support Hip Hop music every Sunday 8:30pm at the Pyramid Club. (101 Avenue A # 1 New York, NY 10009)

End Of the Weak NYC – Freestyle of the Week – Chase Baker

Chase Baker - Freestyle of the Week - 9/16

Freestyle of the week for Sunday 9/16 goes to Chase Baker.

End Of the Weak NYC – Song of the Week – Ryze “I Get Moolah”

Make sure to support Hip Hop music every Sunday, 8:30pm at the Pyramid Club. (101 Avenue A # 1 New York, NY 10009)

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