B-Club stands out as one of the luxurious, posh and extravagant entertainment spots in Nairobi. They’ve had A-list celebrities pass to pop bottles; socialites, politicians and basically anyone who has money to boot for a night of fun.
The club has branched into hosting VIP pool parties where they have mini performances from various celebrities from home and abroad. This past weekend, Caribbean star Kevin Lyttle of the “Turn Me On” hit song graced the event at the Diamond Plaza Rooftop pool.
The Soca Star Lyttle jetted in the country on Thursday and was treated to the pleasantries of the city before performing Sunday afternoon. He hit the stage with singer Victoria Kimani, Dj Fully Focus, Dj Purpl and Dj Sexy Spin.
At the jam-packed event, it was a beach like display of models in bikini and skin hugging garments, such a sight to behold for the ravers. A glass stage was set halfway around the pool such that swimmers would be dancing under the artist stage. Victoria Kimani did turn up the energy with songs like All the Way Up, Party Like Moda, Gota, and she indeed had tongues drooling from her outfit for the day.
Kevin Lyttle performed jams like Turn Me On, Last Drop, Never Wanna Make You Cry, Drive Me Crazy, Slow Motion, among other skits. The after party was taken back to B-Club Hurlingham for the meet and greet with ravers taking pictures with the stars in the building.
The B-club pool party will be a monthly event, next month they will be hosting ‘Bumpy Ride’ singer and Swedish Star Mohombi.
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