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Winston's Supper Club Extends The Weekend For Hip-Hop Fans

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Is your weekly schedule missing another dedicated night to get dressed up for? Cue Winston's Supper Club. Last week, the luxurious London-inspired club snuck in its inaugural SupperClub Sundays with an intimate set from Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, featuring a few tracks from last year's mixtape Ignorant Art, and a set from Dallas make-you-mover DJ Jay Clipp. Sounds like a rather pleasant way to extend the weekend for hip-hop fans.

This Sunday, Dorrough rolls through for all your "Ice Cream Paint Job" needs. On September 23, I AM FREESTYLE STEVE, Timabaland and Missy Elliott's tour DJ, will be on the decks, and hopefully spinning that new Missy joint she just can't bring herself to release.

October 7, Atlanta producer Don Cannon will be behind the booth. You know his work from Jay-Z and OutKast tracks, but you'd do well to check out his work with DJ squad The Aphiliates and their Gangsta Grillz mixtapes.

No cover, doors open at 10. There is an enforced dress code, but don't stress it, just dress like a grown up. It's fun to be the best dapperest dude or fiercest lady in the club sometimes. The official flier says the whole thing is powered by the Kool Kids of Dallas. I am not sure if I am one, but a good reason to put off the weekend's end makes me want to sit at their table.

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