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Three-time Grammy Award-winning artist Puff Daddy and rap duo Rae Sremmurd performed at Foxtail Pool Club to celebrate Memorial Day weekend at SLS Las Vegas on Sunday.
Rae Sremmurd kicked off the party with back-to-back hits including “No Flex Zone” and “Throw Sum Mo,” then hyped up the crowd with M.E.’s “Dance Like a Stripper.”
The dayclub went wild as Puff Daddy joined the duo on stage during their smash hit single “No Type.”
Following the trio’s collaboration, D.C. rapper Wale gave a surprise performance of “Clappers” as Puff Daddy and his son Justin Combs danced on stage.
Following Wale’s performance, the Bad Boy mogul took over the party with a medley of hits including “Crush On You” and “It’s All About the Benjamins,” before leading the crowd in singing “Happy Birthday” in honor of famed hip-hop legend, Biggie Smalls. Puffy and Justin got down to an array of Hip-Hop hits including Chedda Da Connect’s “Flicka Da Wrist,” and was presented with a Ciroc bottle on stage. He closed the epic party out by preaching, “Don’t let nobody lose your glow,” before retreating to his VIP table, where he partied the day away with former pro football player Shawne Merriman and former New York Knick’s player Chris Smith.
The party continued at Foxtail Nightclub when Wale closed out the holiday weekend. The rapper arrived on stage around 1:30 a.m. and performed famous hits like “Slight Work,” “Bad,” “Clappers,” “ The God Smile” and a remix of Janet Jackson’s “Go Deep,” ending with “Lotus Flower Bomb” as partygoers crowded onto the dance floor. After his performance, Wale partied with his crew at their private VIP table until the early morning hours.
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