Posted by | Ray Cornelius
Just in cased you missed it, Dutch Masters finished NBA All-Star weekend with a bang by serving as partner host to the All-Star Finale at the Masquerade at Harrah’s Casino. The 21-and-over affair featured several notable hit makers from the New Orleans hip-hop scene, including Juvenile, Mannie Fresh and Turk.
While being treated to great music and live performances, attendees also got a chance to take pictures with the amazingly stunning Dutch Masters spokes models. Some partygoers walked away with Dutch Masters paraphernalia such as T-shirts and hats.
The event also paid homage to the Hot Boys, who were major contributors to New Orleans music culture during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Mannie Fresh, the super-producer who played a pivotal role in crafting New Orleans’ bounce sound, met with and took photos with fans during the occasion.
Juvenile rocked the capacity crowd at Masquerade with his audacious flow, which represents the essence of The Big Easy. With fellow Hot Boy Turk at his side, Juvenile performed hits such as “Hot Girl,” “Throw Your Sets Up,” “Bling Bling” and “Slow Motion”. Without a doubt, the crowd’s favorite song proved to be Juvenile’s perennial hit, “Back That A– Up.”
Other notable celebrities in attendance included Floyd Mayweather, comedian Michael Blackson, Elfrid Payton of the Orlando Magic and many more.
Photo Credits: RollingOut.com