Young entrepreneurs Boogie Dash & Luke Pascal, who happen to be comprised of Dame Dash’s son and his business partner, an heir in the world of hospitality, visited The Breakfast Club to talk about their multiple businesses, which include a cookie line called “Chipz”, deejaying and other restaurant ventures like Buns sandwiches, a fried chicken spot aptly called, Pollo Frito and Dirty Napkins. Some other topics they discussed were Dame Dash’s previous interview, mentorship, wanting the customer to be happy, their record label All For One Records.
What kindled at DD172 through music, turned into lucrative hustles. Now, Chipz cookies are available in Fairway, one of the largest markets in New York City, according to Pascal. DD172 was Damon Dash’s art gallery, once situated on Duane Street in the TriBeCa area of New York. Upon working together, the two hosted parties in various places, including Dash’s oil factory. One day, Dame Dash suggested they throw a party in 24 hours to make some money. They had no time to plan. Five hundred kids showed up. Then, they started charging ten dollars for entry. Thus, they started “Chipz”. Their restaurant is in the Meadowlands Racetrack.
The duo set plans to release a track called “The Definition of Hustling” with Murs, which happens to be about cookies. Boogie Dash is in the middle of doing a television show called, “Growing Up Hip-Hop”. Watch the video interview below.