Belting karaoke's a great way to hog the spotlight, or if they've got a remarkably deep catalog, Spacehog it. For a brand new juke-joint letting you share just a bit, check out Muzette.
Run by a fam previously in the wildly lucrative Virginian karaoke biz, Muzette is DC's first private-roomed karaoke joint: a subterranean karao-cave with a small dining area serving homestyle Korean dishes, a long wooden bar, and a huge mural of Adams Morgan they got commissioned -- look closely, and you can find the Pissed-in Snapple. The nine private singing rooms (three large, three medium, three small) are each decked out with bench seating and dream-machines (with catalogs of 70,000 songs in multiple languages) hooked up to huge speakers, one-or-more flat screens, and two mics (third on request), and boast multiple tambourines and a server button, which won't respond to Marques Houston's repeated presses, as he's already been served. Ohhh! The kitchen's plating eats like "Ganpuongki" (a battered boneless chicken tossed in a sweet & spicy sauce), "Haemul Pa Jun" (pan-fried pancakes w/ mixed seafood/scallions/veggies and sesame dressing), and stir-fried Spicy Kimchi & Tofu, all perfect for between-karaoke noshes, or as they call them in Korea: "meals".
For much needed liquid courage, they've got bottled beer from The Orient (Asahi, Kirin, and Sapporo), Asian wines, and sakes from Hakushika Nigori "Snow Beauty" to No Oni Koroshi "Demon Slayer", which you'll need In the Meantime.