E-40 Performs For SEMA Crowd At Chateau Nightclub

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E-40 Performs for SEMA Crowd at Chateau Nightclub haute living las vegasPhoto Credit: Chateau Nightclub & RooftopThere’s this thing that people from the Bay Area do called “ghost ride the whip.” Are you familiar?


Don’t feel too bad if you don’t know what this means. I’ve got you. Basically rapper E-40 was a pioneer in bringing “ghost ride the whip,” to the masses back in 2009 with his song “Tell Me When To Go”, an instructional dance song (I’m being sarcastic, but also very serious.), which he performed at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop at Paris Las Vegas for the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) after-party sponsored by Lexani.

If “let me see you show them grills,” or, “put your stunna shades on, ” sound familiar, E-40 is the guy. Instructional. See?

Anyhow, this is what happens when you “ghost ride the whip.” First, you place your car on neutral. Secondly, you jump out of it while it’s running (I’m not kidding). And thirdly, you dance next to the car or on top of it. Yeah. It’s a thing. Example A:

E-40 arrived to Chateau, the rooftop nightclub, with a group of friends by way of their legs and not a driverless car. Confetti showered the crowd as he was presented with bottles service for the rest of the night. Such is the life of a well-respected rapper, of course. He later went on to perform “Tell Me When To Go” along with “Function” for the SEMA attendees in the crowd.

SEMA is a trade show offering premiere motor vehicle specialty products. It draws in more than 70,000 domestic and international buyers. It takes place at The Las Vegas Convention Center every year from late October 30 to early November.

SEMA. E-40. “Ghost ride the whip.” Cars. Get it?

Should you ever fancy to “ghost ride the whip,” in your Ferrari or Maserati, may I recommend you listen to E-40 or one of Mac Dre’s most agreeable recordings. After all, he is the king of the “hyphy movement.” Even Drake thinks so.

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