Have you ever experienced a lit ass party and just could not let go of the hype, even after you got stupid turnt, forgot your name and swore you would never drink again? If you missed the JiLitJawn event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this past weekend, than you missed a ji lit ass party. The night picnic featured a mix of DMV, Philly and New York vibes, as they brought together people from different areas that all have one things in common, they like to party. The bottles were poppin’, the biddies were out and the booties were looking very edible. For it being the JiLitJawn crew’s first party, it was surely a success, being that the event took place during The Roots Picnic, made it even more memorable. Perfect time and location, the turn out was great and the atmosphere fed my soul. The people made it live, the food, booze and vendors made it entertaining, but the DJ, the DJ kept the party going.
DJ Breemz, DMV native and graduate of Hampton University, definitely got the ladies twerking and dudes rockin to the beat. Breemz started DJing during his undergrad career and has been progressing ever since. His beats, his mixtapes, and his swag, all compliment his amazing personality and ability to get any crowd vibing to his tunes. From graduating, to moving to the west coast, DJ Breemz dabbles in just about everything he can get his hands on. Aside from making mixes and being the life of the party, Breemz also makes hats, travels abroad, and undoubtedly a business mogul . DJ Breemz was most definitely the life of the party and the perfect addition to an already lit event.
Thepurpose of the JiLitJawn party was to merge together three of the most hip areas on the East Coast. The word Ji originating in the DC/Maryland area, where it is used to put emphasis on a statement. For example, “that movie was ji like, like that,” would be a way to use the word in context. Lit comes from the streets of NYC, used to describe how awesome something or someone is. If used in context one could say, “that party I went to last night was super lit.” The word Jawn comes straight from Philly, and can literally be used to describe any and everything. Like honestly, jawn is a certified noun in replacement for a name, place or thing. Shout out to the JiLitJawn crew for creating such a fun experience and bringing something new to Philly and the East Coast. This event was one for the culture, bringing underground artists, local musicians and creative souls together.