It was jammed packed at time OUTCAM got there. Respective promotion members in the flick. Therre's Wayne socializing with his libation and Blackett with his paparazzi cam.
It was wall to wall in the teeny space.
Featured entertainment included singer Erick Richardson (third from left) and backing instrumentalists (from left) Lamarr Harris, Michael Anthony Fitzgerald, Steve Reid from the Natural Band and DJ 76 Kid.
The crowd was a bit chatty during the Richardson set butthose who were attentive got a great neo soul showcase.
....especially the sista in the green short sleeve blouse and colorful skirt.
The Lola Menu.
Some lovely attendees making their way into the venue.
Jones (center) assisted with the 50/50 raffle that nite as he is seen with a bill in his hand.
Another shot of the entertainment performing and the crowd somewhat listening. LOL
The 50/50 raffle tickets.
The Stress Free Friday anniversary cake.
One of the attendees was socialite Shaikenya Williams.
The outside patio area.
STL fashionistas Miss Andrea and Valarie Johnson
Jones preparing to announce the winner of the 50/50 raffle with Lewis pulling out the winning ticket.
And the winner was a well known STL socialite in the black shirt and his name was:
Yemi Adewumni . He won over 70 bucks (and spent it all that nite. LOL)
Didnt get this sistas name but she made a statement bar none with flowery presence.
DJ 76 Kid in a profile pose.
Errbody socilaizin and thangs.
LATER HAT NITE:
We checked out dee-jay Needles aka Nodzilla's Summer Madness Rooftop Series at Joe Buck's in downtown St. Louis. Here is the man himslef taking a cam break from his urban soul rock and pop mix.
A long view shot of the STL night skyline.
Another shot of the skyline with three onlookers looking into the OUTCAM.
The bar area next to the rooftop.
A mix of patrons came through.
SYGU's Rhashad Whittier (in white), who helped promote this event, was in talk mode with attendees.
Needles on the 1s and 2s and folk hang near his wheels of steel.
The mix of folk in cam motion,
Before we vamped, the whole rooftop was filled with party people as Needles mix of 80s pop rock jams turned to 90s hip-hop.
NOTE: This was a fun event. Most people who attended the Loloa's event came to teh event as well. It also was nice seeing all races at one event (there was flight when teh music rapidly changed, if you get what I mean.) . The area where the OUTCAM was was where a bev of sistas got their late 80s/early 90s dances on as they got more libationed. LOL> A Too Much Playin moment occurred when a white young lady did an ASS IN YA FACE to a black young lady while she was sitting in a chair, then sat in her lap!