They dropped originals like "i!!" to moombah staples from their friends like "Vibrate" and "Pendejas." They went in on big hits like "Express Yourself" and even got a little old school with some Beenie Man "Who Am I?"
By 12:15, the second tier of the club had filled out as well, and the whole place was bumpin' as Nada grabbed the mic.
"Put your fuckin hands up!" he yelled, and the duo dropped local love with "Bashin'" from Miami's own JWLS. They finished their set on a hard note as they made room for the first English man of the evening, Gemini.
After a brief moment of calm and an introduction by the MC, Gemini hit the decks hard with some electro-house beats, waving his arms and rocking his whole body to the sound. He didn't need sexy dancers or crazy strobe-lights to get his crowd hyped up. He just read their bodies and gave them what they wanted, no holds barred.
Famous for his dubsteppy vibes but versed in a multitude of sounds and genres, he dropped a lot of original tracks with all kinds of grooves. He played lots of originals, like "Fire Inside," "Robots," and "Vision." But he also dropped contemporary hits from others, including "Make it Bun Dem," "Epic," and the Skrillex remix of Doors' "Light My Fire."
The crowd ate up every bass boom. Girls with glowing pacifiers in their mouths rocked out on dude's shoulders while more of them gyrated up on their boy-toys in the halls. It was a sea of electronic hula hoops and poi sticks, neon bras and natty dreadlocks. The commotion was a constant upward climb toward the final apex.
And it finally came as around 1:30 a.m., the stage was cleared and the lights brightened. The man of the hour was rushed to his standing throne and Rusko took control, ready to go ham for the next hour and a half.
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