DJ Khaled has done collaborations with nearly every artist that consider themselves current these days so naturally his birthday parties are littered with familiar faces.
Like Fabolous, Mr. Khaled Khaled is much older than he seems--38-years-young to be exact--but age ain't nothing but a number and Luc Belaire Rare Rose and Moët & Chandon is merely nectar amongst the party animals of We The Best entertainment.
Meek Mill was on hand to perform his ever-popular intro, "Dreams and Nightmares" while Robin to Khaled's Christian Bale, Ace Hood had no problem giving stationary performances for his hits, "Bugatti" and "Hustle Hard."
Busta Rhymes jokingly gave the birthday manchild a hard time as he stood in the sea of partygoers when his turn came around. "You really going to make me worked like this?," he jibed before the beat dropped for "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See."
All in all, it seemed to be a drama-free good time as producer Scott Storch and the Miami Heat's Michael Beasley and Mario Chalmers rounded out the celebrity guest list.
Hit the galleria to see the pics and the live sets.
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