- Sun, Oct 22, 2017 12:00 PM
3595 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Latitude: 36.115, Longitude: -115.172
ADAM KURTZ LIST DOORS OPEN @10PM LADIES FREE UNTIL 12am EQUAL RATIO GUYS REDUCED UNTIL 12am DRESS CODE: NO SNEAKERS, NO TIMBERLAND BOOTS, NO MENS SHORTS, NO FLIP FLOPS, NO HATS, DRESS UPSCALE, DRESS TO IMPRESS CONTACT 347-986-7664 FOR MORE DETAILS Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. (born September 25, 1980), known professionally as T.I. and Tip (often stylized as TIP or T.I.P.), is an American rapper and actor from Atlanta, Georgia. Harris signed his first major-label record deal in 1999, with Arista subsidiary LaFace. In 2001, Harris formed the Southern hip hop group P$C, alongside his longtime friends and fellow Atlanta-based rappers. Upon being released from Arista, Harris signed to Atlantic and subsequently became the co-chief executive officer (CEO) of his own label imprint, Grand Hustle Records, which he launched in 2003. Harris is also perhaps best known as one of the artists who popularized the hip hop subgenre trap music, along with Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane. Harris has released nine studio albums, with seven of them reaching the top five of the US Billboard 200 chart. Throughout his career, Harris has also released several highly successful singles, including "Bring Em Out", "Whatever You Like", "Live Your Life" (featuring Rihanna), "Dead and Gone" (featuring Justin Timberlake), "Ball" (featuring Lil Wayne) and "No Mediocre" (featuring Iggy Azalea). Harris began to gain major recognition in 2003, following his first high-profile feature, on fellow Atlanta-based rapper Bone Crusher's hit single, "Never Scared". Harris earned more prominence with the release of Trap Muzik (2003), which includes the Top 40 hits, "Rubber Band Man" and "Let's Get Away". The next year, Harris appeared on Destiny's Child's international hit, "Soldier", alongside Lil Wayne. His subsequent albums, King and T.I. vs. T.I.P., generated high record sales and were supported by popular singles, such as "What You Know" and "Big Shit Poppin'", respectively. Harris' sixth album, Paper Trail (2008), became his most successful project, with the album being certified gold for first-week sales of over 500,000 copies in the United States, additionally making it his third consecutive number one album. In 2013, Harris was featured on Robin Thicke's hit single "Blurred Lines", alongside Pharrell Williams, which peaked at number one on several major music charts. In November 2013, Harris announced that he had signed with Columbia Records, after his 10-year contract with Atlantic came to an end. He released his Columbia Records debut, Paperwork, in October 2014. In February 2016, Harris announced he signed a distribution deal with Roc Nation, to release his tenth album. Harris has won three Grammy Awards, namely Best Rap Solo Performance, Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. Harris has served two terms in county jail, twice for probation violations and a federal prison bid for a U.S. federal weapons charge. While serving 11 months in prison, he released his seventh studio album, No Mercy (2010). Harris has also had a successful acting career, starring in the films ATL, Takers, Get Hard, Identity Thief, and Ant-Man. He is also a published author, having written two novels Power & Beauty (2011) and Trouble & Triumph (2012), both of which were released to moderate success. Harris has also starred in the American reality television series T.I.'s Road to Redemption and T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. In 2009, Billboard ranked him as the 27th Artist of the 2000s decade. If you're not in the club scene, or your only interaction with the club scene is turning up for the music, you might not know the name Victor Drai. That's ok. He put his name all over something you're sure to remember -- Drai's Nightclub. It's the place in Vegas for club patrons who know the difference between upscale and just scaled up. An elevator ride above the Cromwell, a sensual boutique hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, Drai's Nightclub continues the Cromwell's attitude of specifically-chic ambiance catering to a crowd of clever and well-off waifs. The clientele can tell that the Strip is changing and they know how small batches of craft work offer greater taste. So coming to Drai's means accepting that the club is as much a place for art as getting wasted. They offer the usual decadence you'd expect like private jet charters and bottle service packages including ridiculously expensive champagne. But even for the average club goer the space is filled with the party favors, drinks and a giant disco ball you need to create a priceless night. And that's just inside. When the night is warm, which is a lot of time in Vegas, the pool area is open with a view of the Strip, Caesar's Palace and Bellagio across the street, and the occasional burst of fireworks set off by someone who probably paid more for that honor than we make in a month of writing about it. In many ways, Drai's Nightclub is like its competitors and it's cohorts -- Drai's Afterhours and Drai's Beach Club -- but thanks to the efforts of renowned creator Victor Drai and the smaller but special styling of the Cromwell, Drai's Nightclub has carved out a star-shaped space in a city almost bursting with supernovas. And with the mega performers who have hit the stage, like Iggy Azalea, the Weekend and more, Drai's Nightclub is a venue that brings the show to the party and thanks you for attendance. If you want a true nightclub experience that still speaks to the boutique mentality of the too-cool-for-everything millennium, try Drai's Nightclub. Then go to Drai's Afterhours. The contrast makes them both cooler.