When Too $hort is the first of several LIT Sundays hip hop pool parties, you know it’s going to be an incredible season at DAYLIGHT Beach Club.
LIT Sundays at DAYLIGHT Beach Club are absolutely can’t-miss parties. We have the best hip hop artists in the game come to the day club and turn it up to the MAX. Too $hort was our first LIT Sundays party of 2019 and the Bay Area legend made it a day to remember.
$hort performed some of the hits that made him a star, such as “Shake That Monkey,” “I’m a Player,” “Don’t Fight The Feeling,” “Blow The Whistle,” and “Loyal.”
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Don’t miss out on future LIT Sunday appearances from Rick Ross, Jeezy, DJ Whoo Kid, Saweetie, and many, many more. Anyone who loves hip hop should come see how it goes down at the best hip hop pool party in Las Vegas.
From his bio on Spotify:
Too $hort was among the first West Coast rap stars, recording three albums on his own before he made his major-label debut in 1988 with the RIAA-certified gold Born to Mack. Anticipating much of the later gangst phenomenon, he restricted his lyrical themes to explicit tales of sexual prowess and street life, with the occasional social message track to mix things up. After six consecutive platinum albums, he retired during the late ’90s, his status assured as one of the most successful solo artists in his genre.
Likely the only rapper to have recorded with 2pac, the Notorious B.I.G., and Jay-Z — all superstars indebted to his work — he has remained an inspiration for his coolheaded, vulgar verses and sparse, funk-infused beat-making.