Jamie Foxx helps SLS Las Vegas celebrate its first anniversary
SLS Las Vegas is celebrating its first anniversary, and Grammy Award-winning artist Jamie Foxx jumped on board over the weekend to usher in the party.
The actor and singer performed Saturday at the resort’s Foxtail Pool, singing hip-hop hits such as “Blame It,” “Just Like Me,” “Unpredictable,” “Gold Digger,” “Birthday Song,” “Slow Jamz” and more.
Foxx poured celebratory shots and pulled one lucky fan on stage. After his set, Foxx was presented with a commemorative birthday cake to honor the property’s milestone event. Conor McGregor, UFC champion, joined in on the celebration in a VIP cabana.
The party didn’t end there. Foxx moved over to the Sayers Club, where he performed with the Sayers Sessions band for an hour, playing the drums to hip-hop favorites “Pony” by Ginuwine and “Nice and Slow” by Usher.
Grammy Award-winning songwriter and record producer Bryan-Michael Cox and hip-hop legend Ja Rule partied at the Sayers Club as well.
Dance music female duo Nervo brought their Haute Mess residency to Foxtail Pool on Saturday as well. Ja Rule spent the afternoon partying in his VIP cabana.
Nervo returns to SLS Las Vegas for Labor Day weekend on Monday, Sept. 7.
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