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"The most exclusive gentleman's club in Manhattan"
—In-Game Description
"Seventh Heaven gets a makeover from Ludacris and his DTP crew"
—Club DTP's In-Game Description

Seventh Heaven (Club DTP) is a venue that is featured in Def Jam Fight For NY and Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover.


Crow owns this classy joint. It's the most exclusive gentlemen's club in Manhattan, and the loyal patronage enjoys a good fight. The fight area is surrounded by a ring of tables, preventing the crowd from interfering. There is no shortage of bottles to grab, because these are bar tables. The sturdy tables are useful when grappling your opponents, so keep pushing them back, sandwiching them between your attacks and the hard tables.

Events In Def Jam Fight for NY[]

Hero will fight Baby Chris, Fam-Lay and Bone Crusher. Hero will eventually fight Ludacris, who transformed the venue into Club DTP, to regain the club for Crow.


First Visit[]

  • Baby Chris
  • Fam-Lay
  • Bone Crusher (Club Boss)

Second Visit[]

  • Ludacris (Club Boss)



  • Seventh Heaven appears to be a successor to Club Luda, due to being in the same area and Ludacris' association with both venues.

Venues from Def Jam Fight For NY
Crow's Office · The Foundation · The Limit · Club 357 (High Stakes) · The Babylon · Dragon House · Syn Energy Power Plant · Red Room · Club Murder · 125th Street Station · The Terrordome · The Chopshop · Hunt's Point Scrapyard (After Hours) · Seventh Heaven (Club DTP) · The Heights · The Pit · Red Hook Tire Co. · Gauntlet (Intense) · Gun Hill Garage
Shops: Stapleton Athletics · Jacob & Co. · Syndicate Urban Streetwear (SUS) · Stingray’s Barbershop · Manny's Tats
Exclusive to The Takeover: Terminal Offload · The Barge · The Bunker · The Dead End