New Year’s celebrations started early in Miami.
“Die Young” rapper Roddy Ricch performed at megaclub E11even on Wednesday in front of a packed house that included Nas, Future, Gunna, Kodak Black and Swae Lee, we’re told.
The group was there to celebrate the birthday of Swae Lee’s brother and Rae Sremmurd groupmate, Slim Jxmmi.
“The group partied at a big table and drank,” said a spy. “Ricch went on at 4 a.m. He was shouting, ‘Everybody going to get that money in 2022!’”
Let’s hope he’s right.
Ricch dropped his album “Live Life Fast” on Dec. 17 with tracks featuring Future, Kodak Black and Gunna. Other songs have contributions from Jamie Foxx, 21 Savage and Ty Dolla $ign. Prolific Ricch — who was nominated for six Grammys in 2020 — has also already announced his next mixtape, “Feed Tha Streets 3.”
Also at the club was regular Busta Ryhmes.
We hear that E11even is nearly sold out for 50 Cent’s New Year’s Eve performance.
Earlier this month, during Art Week Miami and Art Basel, Cardi B and her rapper husband, Offset, were spotted at the same Miami club celebrating an NFT artist called WhIsBe. A source told Page Six at the time that a “mystery crypto-spender” gifted the couple $20,000 in singles “to make it rain.”
During July’s Bitcoin convention, Page Six reported the club took in six figures in crypto currency and hosted patrons including Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel.
Deadmau5 took the stage that night for a crowd that also included Jake Paul, former basketball pro Dennis Rodman, DJ Marshmello and Larsa Pippen.