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Ludacris And Friends 'Disturbs Tha Peace' At R&B Live

Ludacris_2 On Tuesday (Feb. 26), Jaded Insider headed to New York's Spotlight Club for another session of R&B Live, this time with Ludacris' Disturbing Tha Peace camp.

The show started off with a private reception at the venue's penthouse at 7PM, where henessey and hors d'oeuvres were served. JI brushed shoulders with the likes of music executive Kevin Liles, DTP members Shareefa, Bobby Valentino, Luda, Steph Jones, who engaged in an extensive conversation with JI about hair types and freckles, and a very svelt Jordin Sparks, primped out in black metallic tights, a black trench and matching patent leather, open-toe platform heels.

The show started at almost 9 P.M., with a soulful yet cutesy performance by Jones, clad in a white button-up shirt, a black vest, a yellow and black plaid tie and a hat that sat ever so slightly on top of his brown twisted hair. In the audience were Chrisette Michele, Chingy, MTV and Hot 97 executives among others.

After Jones' three song set, DTP songstress Shareefa took the stage, starting off with her smash "I Need A Boss." "Need somebody that's real gangsta / toy soldier, a real gangsta!" she belted out. She then went into a rendition of R&B group Floetry's "Say Yes," and surprised the audience with a guest appearance by remaining Floetry member Marsha Ambrosius, who took the mic for the rest of the song. Joined by rapper Jada Kiss, Reefa ended her set with song titled "Fire."

Bobby Valentino closed the night, but JI had skipped out by then and headed to the homie Joe Budden's album release party down at Don Hill's bar. Although Budden was running late and JI ended up missing him, the Jersey rapper had a nice crowd waiting on him to make an appearance and hopefully hit the stage.

February 28, 2008 in R&B | Permalink


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