Last night, the Vault Bar & Lounge became a trending topic after they hosted the widely anticipated Legends of Southern Hip Hop after-party featuring rapper Mystikal @ItsMystikal, Dj KLC, Comedian JJ Williamson and Dzire Inc Promotion & Models CEO, MeMe Williams. Following the success of a sold-out concert, the group had much to celebrate.
Arriving to excited fans, Mystikal who’s known for his hits “Danger” and “Shake it Fast” continued his forty-sixth birthday bash at the exclusive Birmingham night club. Mystikal surprised fans by bringing out Alabama native and 2007 BET Hip Hop Award (Rookie Of the Year) winner, Rich Boy. Fans were definitely excited to see the “Throw Some D’s” rapper. As the ladies eagerly lined up take to selfies with the two rappers, The Vault Bar & Lounge went in when Mystikal surprised fans by bringing out multi-platinum recording artist Juvenile.
It’s good to see that Mystikal is finally breaking free of his tumultuous past and doing what he loves, music. Attendees of the party gave the night an overwhelming two thumbs up. The drinks were on point, the ambience was intimate and the music was righteous. Dj Steve Sloan also gave a musical tribute to Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo.
If you’re visiting Birmingham and want to say you partied with celebrities, then the Vault Bar & Lounge is definitely one of the spots to go. The Vault Bar & Lounge is a romantic night spot in downtown Birmingham that attracts affluent party goers when they’re in the Magic City. Its history of being a safe haven for the upscale crowd is probably why celebrities like Mike Epps, Carolina Panthers Quarterback Joe Webb, Producer Jazze Pha, Political Activist David Banner, and Singer Anthony Hamilton all popped a bottle or two in the club. For more information about the Vault Bar & Lounge, please visit www.vaultbham.com.