Gangsters Wear Pink

Dj Beatstreet & The Pink & Black Party @ Club Sikira

Oh man oh man, I do not even know where to start. Well for starters the club is spelled Sikira but sounds like Shakira and it erked me beyond any measure because it was not mentally making sense. Oh well. Started the night off with heading down to the Feild House to check out the “World Famous” Dj A-Run. (“The World Famous” title is still being questioned) I also met up with Philly native and now Pittsburgh’s #1 Party Rocker Dj Phiness. Check him out at

After all the chit chat, I noticed that it was about to be 11:30 and it was time to get ready to go handle my set at Club Sikira. Now here is the run down for Djs. Gotta bring your own tables and mixer what they should of said was some glow in the dark vision and a monitor. The booth was secluded, (a plus) the windows to see the crowd tinted, (a minus) no monitor (a minus) the booth was the official pocket book and coat check ( minus minus minus). Besides all the minues the party was packed. The line outside stayed strong till 3 A.M. closing time, two hour waits just to get in bananas. Shout outs to all the djs who did their thing Dj Skills Da One, Dj Shine, and Dj Tito.

Club Sikira Pink & Black Party
Club Sikira Pink & Black Party
Est. 1963  Beatstreet before the Set @ Club Sikira
Est. 1963 Beatstreet before the Set @ Club Sikira

Pic Of The Party

So I forgot to mention the fashion that happened before my set. They stopped the music as I was setting up and I noticed an old high school friend and college associate “Sheesha”. She wins this Pic Of The Party Award from

Sheesha On The Red Carpet @ Club Sikira
Sheesha On The Red Carpet @ Club Sikira
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