Team SFPL was on hand in Atlanta last night as The Heineken Red Star Access tour, an annual summer program that showcases music’s hottest and freshest experiences nationwide, invaded the city’s popular Opera Nightclub yesterday with head bobbing performances, entertainment stations, apparel displays and free, unlimited Heineken for its guests.
The crowd screamed, “Pussy and Patron make you feel alright…” as Dr. Dre‘s own protégé, Kendrick Lamar blazed the stage. He’s no taller than a 10th grader but don’t let that be your ending judgment. The California native commanded the audience’s attention with grammatical wordplay and smooth hand gestures adding flare to the steamed crowd. In between sets, attendees enjoyed entertainment stations including a game zone, photography station and an audio mixing zone powered by the djay app, Algoriddim. Apparel lovers visited displays by Heineken’s partners Rocksmith, Black Apple, New Era and Diamond Supply Co. throughout the venue.
Although guests were enjoying the many amenities Red had to offer, they were quickly interrupted by the night’s host comedian Affion Crockett with this phrase: “The time has come…”
Instantaneously, everyone rushed to the stage to see the headliner of the night – Trey Songz. He performed his smash hits “Dive In,” “2 Reasons” and “Heart Attach” off of his newly released LP, “Chapter V.” But also went back in his catalog of hits and serenaded the ladies with “Invented Sex,” “Neighbors Know My Name” and “Can’t Help But Wait.”
There wasn’t a quiet moment for the duration of the crooner’s moment.
And right when the night was about to end, Waka Flaka joined Trey to perform their much-loved hit “I Don’t Really Care.” The slow jam session quickly turned into a turnt up experience.
More than 500 guests attended Heineken’s Red Star Access tour to help celebrate the brand’s annual dedication to its consumers.
For more information visit Red Star Access Here.
[Words Via Fly Guy Josh]