Miller Music Drop set the bar for live music lituations right at the tippity top. South Africa’s favourite new wave artists stunned a huge crowd of trap lovers alongside American rap star, Lil Yachty, in what was the most exclusive party of the year.
A product of Miller Genuine Draft, Miller Music Drop was an exclusive, invite-only event that brought together 1000 attendees, including celebs, media and music lovers to turn up at a secret location in Sandton, Johannesburg. Guests were whisked away in luxury shuttles to the venue where a night of black and gold was set with many unexpected twists.
The brand pulled out the lavish standard in true Miller style, as it was only fitting to celebrate some of the generation’s greatest music artists in top tier fashion. Guests were treated to a specially-tailored experience where every detail was considered. From the perfectly chilled gold bottles of Miller that met guests at reception, to the performance artists in gold body paint who blended in with the wall art and even sparkling stilt walkers.
Delicious canapés were served on golden trays and the MGD SA dancers were equally hot and on fire. With the dress code being “a Grammy after party,” attendees showed up in the cleanest drip rocking shiny sequins, gilded dresses, and grown and sexy swag.
The musicians took it to the top with their stellar performances. South Africa’s own Tshego lit up the stage as he performed his hits with a live band. He treated fans to his chart-topping single, No Ties and even performed an amapiano remix of the song.
New wave royalty, Zoocci Coke Dope performed some songs off his already cult classic new project, Anxiety and also treated his fans by performing his heavy radio rotation songs.
Headliner for the evening, international hiphop superstar Lil Yachty started a roar of cheers when he waked on stage. The crowd got lit as soon as he started his verse on DRAM’s Broccoli and opened up a moshpit when he performed the massive Boom! We were there, check out the highlights.
DJs like Ms Cosmo, Kyotic, Nikki Newland$ and more went head to head in a jam battle where they took turns playing songs that would move the crowd more than the last one did.
By the end of the night, Miller Music Drop had given a new meaning to exclusivity and truly created an unforgettable experience for all trap lovers in South Africa. If this year is anything to go by, it’s safe to say MGD SA has the music Midas Touch.
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