Producer Nate "DanjaHandz" Hills introduced R&B singer KC, the first artist signed to his DanjaHandz Muzik imprint, to a packed crowd at New York's Room Service last night.

Clad in a sunglasses, blue jacket and gray jeans with a dangling Louis Vuitton coin purse, KC cruised through several songs including "Strut Your Stuff," "Start From Scratch," "Patron" and "Say Goodbye." The 20-something, lanky crooner, who’s currently signed to Warner/Chappell Music publishing, was backed with four dancers and a five-person band.

Among the guests were Universal Motown President Sylvia Rhone, WMG's executive VP Kevin Liles, Universal Republic's co-President Avery Lipman, Atlantic's
Chairman and CEO Craig Kallman, Universal Music Publishing's VP of Urban Creative Affairs Ethiopia Habtemariam, Capitol's senior A&R director Chris Anokute, Warner/Chappell Music's Urban A&R senior VP Chris Hicks, Fat Joe, DJ Nasty, The Runners, Adonis, Poe Boy Entertainment CEO E-Class and Jive's senior VP of A&R Jeff Fenster.