SO SO DEFINITELY NOT !!!! @PEREZHILTON
Giiiiiirl, don’t you know how to mind your cleavage this late in the game?? You’re a pro at this!!
You DO look fab in that dress, we can’t lie! It’s just a shame we can totally see some areola peekin’ out the top (see below) — which is right at Jermaine Dupri‘s eye level (because he’s so short)! LOLz!!
The all-star concert was put on to celebrate 20 years of hip-hop
record label So So Def in Atlanta over the weekend, and she wasn’t the only mega-star there either! She shared the stage with Usher
as well, and we’re sure even the non-famous got an eyeful too!
It will be all right, though, Mariah! These things happen
, and you totes have nothing to be ashamed of!
S/O T THE HOMIE @SKILLZVA
Was in Atlanta workin this week and the whole city was buzzing about @jwarhol & this So So Def 20 Anniversary Show. Im not from the A so I didnt really know how important it was to the city, but I sat down at Fellini’s over a slice of pizza and reminisced about all this dude has done. I dont think he gets the credit he deserves when it comes to being a mogul. Mainly becuz of where he’s from. This guy was repping ATL before anyone that I can remember was. He got his first major placement at 15 years old! At 17 he wrote and produced a whole album that sold 8 millions records! Yea..read that last one again. Lol by 19 he had his own label & distribution. He put out the first female rapper to ever sell a million records. Gave Usher some of the biggest records in his career. I think people write him off cuz Kriss Kross was young, Bow Wow was young…man them mofos was stars. Brought Mariah back, Anthony Hamilton, Jagged Edge, Xscape just to name a few, dislike him if you want but Im sitting here trying to find someone who broke as many artists as he did. I dont mean signed people that were already hot I mean found people and made them stars. Ghead I’ll wait. Hats off to you @jwarhol congrats bruh. You deserve it.
Yes!!!!! I won resident DJ of the year
Well deserving clubs, bar, bartenders, DJs and promotional programs earn admiration from industry pros.
The Nightclub & Bar Media Group, a leading provider of information and resource for bars, nightclubs and lounges, is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Nightclub & Bar Awards. The Awards program is the premier national nightlife-industry recognition program for applauding excellence in bar and nightclub concept development, operations, promotion, innovation and success.
“We are truly impressed with the originality and prosperity we saw in the entries,” says Kristen Santoro, Content Director for Nightclub & Bar Media Group. “Our judges reported that it was a tough competition as there were many well-deserving venues that encompass the essential qualities we look for during the awards process.”
More than 450 entries were submitted into the 26 categories – 9 Bar, 8 Nightclub and 9 Vegas Nightclub – and reviewed by a panel of judges including the nation’s top nightlife and beverage professionals, hospitality journalists, writers, owners and consultants, eager to recognize excellence in on-premise concepts. Judges ranked their favorite entries first, second and third for each category judged, and a standard mathematical calculation identifies the finalists and, ultimately, the winners in each category.
The winners will be profiled on Nightclub.com and highlighted in various Nightclub & Bar e-newsletters and other media properties; they also will be invited to walk the red carpet at the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, March 19-21. For more information on the show, visit NCBShow.com. To view award finalists click HERE.
The winners of the 2013 Nightclub & Bar Awards are:
Bartender of the Year: Jeffrey Morgenthaler, Clyde Common, Portland, OR
Beer Bar of the Year: Fatpour Tap Works, Chicago, IL
Cocktail Bar of the Year: Williams & Graham, Denver, CO
Hotel Bar of the Year: The Bar at the Dream Hotel, New York, NY
Restaurant Bar of the Year: The Tasting Kitchen, Venice, CA
Ongoing Promotion/Party/Event of the Year: Beat the Clock at Bar Anticipation, Lake Como, NJ
Single Promotion/Party/Event of the Year: Zombie Apocalypse at Vertigo Sky Lounge, Chicago, IL
Small Wonder Bar of the Year: Pour Vous, Los Angeles, CA
Sports Bar of the Year Sponsored by Foam Finger Nation: CBS Scene, Foxboro, MA
Dayclub of the Year: Roof on the Wit, Chicago, IL
Mega-Club of the Year: Lure, Hollywood, CA
New Club of the Year: HQ Nightclub, Atlantic City, NJ
Nightclub of the Year: Amnesia, New York, NY
Ongoing Promotion/Party/Event of the Year: Ritual at FLUXX Nightclub, San Diego, CA
Resident DJ of the Year: Jermaine Dupri, Playhouse Nightclub, Hollywood, CA
Single Promotion/Party/Event of the Year: World Jetski Finals Pro Party at Kokomo Havasu, Lake Havasu City, AZ
Small Nightclub of the Year: Harvard & Stone, Los Angeles, CA
Vegas Nightclub Awards:
Dayclub of the Year: Marquee, Cosmopolitan
Mega-Club of the Year: XS, Wynn
New Club of the Year: Hyde, Bellagio
Nightclub of the Year: 1OAK, The Mirage
Ongoing Promotion/Party/Event of the Year: XIV Vegas Sessions at Hyde, Bellagio
Resident DJ of the Year: Lil Jon, Tryst, Wynn
Restaurant Bar of the Year: STK, Cosmopolitan
Single Promotion/Party/Event of the Year: Spirit Day at Marquee, Cosmopolitan
Small Nightclub of the Year: Rockhouse, The Venetian
I MIGHT WANNA CHECK THESE OUT
Sweden’s Nocs has released some slick new NS2 Air Monitors that will provide some boomin’ sound for your Apple products. Capable of working wirelessly with a Macbook, iPhone, iPad and iPod, these are said to really deliver in terms of sound; plus, the minimal design is something extra to appreciate. The cabinets are hand-built and rubber coated and they also feature Kevlar reinforced woofers to enhance sound and durability. We’re liking the range of colors here, too.
If you’re in the market for some hi-fi sound, check out Nocs
for more info.