A$AP Rocky, Action Bronson, and Flatbush Zombies took over Converse's Rubber Tracks concert at the Music Hall of Williamsburg last night and EMETakeover has a video recap of how it went down. MEK DOT UPDATE: While I was only supposed to be the DJ for opening act Tanya Morgan last night, I asked to spin for a bit when I realized there wasn't a house DJ. It actually turned out to be a really fun night, too. Thanks to Converse Rubber Tracks for letting me rock. Also, head over to Mel D Cole's e-tilt for stills of the chaos.
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