Monday, July 13, 2015

Meek Mill Performs At Drais! Spotted In The Crowd Matt Goss & More Celebs!



Meek Performing 

After just releasing his second studio album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, which topped the Billboard 200 chart and is currently the number one album in the U.S., Meek Mill made his debut at the revolutionary Drai's LIVE concert series on July 11, 2015 with a full-length concert at Drai’s Beachclub • Nightclub atop The Cromwell in Las Vegas.

Meek Mill is no stranger to the Drai's LIVE stage. However, this was his first headlining concert - and not only did he bring the club to maximum capacity, but the energy in the room skyrocketed once he arrived. Meek and his entourage got to the club, which overlooks one of the most famous intersections in the world on the Las Vegas Strip, a while before his performance began. The Drai's cocktail servers immediately brought out vodka and champagne for Meek and his crew, and rumbles of Meek's arrival began to reverberate throughout the club.

After the room darkened and his band members got in place, Meek Mill took to the stage like a ball of fire, lighting up the room with an explosive mix of energy and movement. He worked all parts of the expansive Drai's LIVE stage and took no time to rest in between songs. Meek performed a wide range of hits, from the top tracks of his career ("Amen") to material straight from the new album ("Check"). A couple of times throughout the night, Meek pointed his microphone out to the crowd to make sure the audience was singing along - and they never missed a word. Once the concert ended, Meek and his swarm of friends all stayed at their VIP tables in the DJ booth area to party until the club shut down.
Matt Goss

Meek wasn't the only person partying it up at Drai's last night. The club, perched 11 stories above Las Vegas Boulevard, also hosted a range of celebrities and athletes including: international singer and Caesars Palace headliner Matt Goss, NBA star Lamar Odom, Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden, UFC heavyweight Stipe Miocic, Carolina Panthers tight end Ed Dickson, Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon, Muhammad Ali's son Asaad Ali and retired NBA player Dominique Wilkins.

Meek's performance last night followed the July 10 birthday party for 50 Cent featuring Trey Songz and tonight Fabolous takes over the club for SunDrai's, the weekly Big Room Hip-Hop party at the rooftop hotspot.

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Photo Credit: Patrick Gray / Kabik Photo Group

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