300 Entertainment toasted the label's two-year anniversary with a celebratory bash at Manhattan's Diamond Horseshoe on Tuesday night (Sept. 20).
DJs A-Trak and Coco & Breezy provided the tunes with dancefloor magnets like Ciara's "Body Party" and French Montana's "Pop That" as partygoers downed cocktails mixed with sponsors Ciroc and D'usse. Upon entering, guests were also greeted with lingerie-clad vixens munching on cake, with a large sign that read "F--- the cake we want bands."
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After a warm welcome from label co-founder Kevin Liles, rock trio Highly Suspect stormed the stage for a set that included 2016 single "Seretonia." Fetty Wap and Monty then stepped into the spotlight with performances of smashes "679," "My Way" and of course Fetty's breakout hit "Trap Queen." Among the night's special attendees included 300 co-founders Todd Moscowitz and Lyor Cohen, Atlantic Records chairman/COO Julie Greenwald and president of black music Michael Kyser, as well as Fool's Gold rapper Leaf.
Following the live entertainment, Highly Suspect and Fetty Wap busted open a piñata filled with $2 bills, prompting attendees to do the money dance for the rest of the night.
.@fettywap and @Highly_Suspect casually busting open a piñata filled with money. HBD @300. pic.twitter.com/YNIkkI7Y8n
- Alexa Shouneyia (@ashouneyia) September 21, 2016