Das Racist, Action Bronson and Smoke DZA Invade Red Hook

In what became a sort of outer borough invasion, Harlem's Smoke DZA and Queens' Action Bronson and Das Racist took over Brooklyn's Red Hook Park last night for one of the many free SummerStage concerts held throughout the city. DZA, who just released his new album Rugby Thompson this week, was Polo-ed out as usual, flexing in a bright orange vintage shirt and wearing his trademark Gilligan cap. Action Bronson was kind enough to share a chunk of his weed stash with the crowd and Hive photographer Loren Wohl was surprised by the indifference of nearby police officers. (After Action's set, the SummerStage MC gave a friendly reminder that smoking is banned in NYC parks.) Finally, crosstown art-rap trio Das Racist headlined the night, looking as summery and sober as ever against the cool Brooklyn sky. Member Kool A.D. even got hugged -- or, perhaps tackled? -- by an appreciative fan at the end of the show:

See Wohl's pictures of the entire evening below: