Jojo McClure & DJ GucciRoxx
High Society party at RSVP lounge
Sunday night, The G-List Society hung out with our friends at High Society (DJ GucciRoxx & Co.) inside the RSVP lounge in Chicago’s west loop district. It was the end of Cinco de Mayo, and we had to end the celebration with a bang where there was a hosted bar and hot sounds spun all night by DJ GucciRoxx.
We will stay in Chicago during Memorial Weekend, a.k.a. IML (International Mr. Leather) Weekend, and will hit up their summer kick-off party at club 8fifty8. Make sure you meet us there on Sunday, May 26.
Check out these few snapshots below. As you see Chicago socialite Jojo McClure was there, and we were so happy to catch up with him and talking about exciting things.
Marquisha “Q” Hudson (iQ2 Entertainment), Tai Richardson (1208 Productions), Sandi Robinson (Vertigo Sky Lounge)
DJ GucciRoxx (High Society Entertainment Group)
The party people of Chicago must have received the memo that the happening spot to party last night was the Noir – All Black Attire Affair party inside the town’s west loop 858 nightclub. Hosted by High Society Entertainment Group, 1208 Productions and iQ2 Entertainment. As many weekday were able to take a paid-holiday today in celebration of President’s Day, revelers swarmed inside the second-level venue donning their most daring black ensembles. From the classic to avant garde and runway-ready to urban, hundreds of party people made sure to express themselves through fashion last night.
The G-List Society ran into many of the scene stealers who were caught up in the party spirit last night. DJ GucciRoxx (High Society Entertainment) spun the hottest hits that made some of the party people do forbidden dances (#noshade #alltea). The G-List Society correspondents DeoVonte “Deo” Means” and Devin Norwood slayed in their Euro-centic meets futuristic attires. The divas behind 1208 and iQ2 (Tai Richardson and Marquisha “Q” Hudson) were in the place with a host of their beautiful diva girlfriends. Sandi Robinson from Vertigo SkyLounge, one of the hottest chill spots in Chicago, was there. It was great to running into the men of K-Dock Media (Tee Lam Dubois, Kean Ray, David Dodd and Tony Williams) who threw a fabulous post-Valentine’s event the night before.
It was the most pleasure of being welcomed in by Maurice Franklin, co-producer of High Society.
Get into the fun photos below. (Note: that many more photos would have been taken if Waddie G. brought a spare battery with him after shooting two events immediately preceding this one. LOL)
In the social scene, we have a running joke called “the double-stamped socialite card.” The double-stamped socialite card simply refers to those awkward times when you have two or more events to attend within the same day. That was my experience this past Saturday. My first appointment was Saturday brunch with my mentor, Andrew Davis. For those who may not know, Andrew is the Editor of Windy City Times (WCT). WCT is perhaps the standard bearer of print and online news publications, targeted to the Chicago LGBT community. A little known fact about WCT is that it serves as the platform to directly speak to and engage with our powerful voting entity. Not many elected officials gain office without conducting some sort of interview with Andrew. Andrew has become legendary in making grown men cry and asking politicians those difficult questions which influence our vote.
As an Artic front descended upon Chicago, the socials decided to descend upon the I Am King – MLK weekend event hosted by the gentlemen of High Society Entertainment Group. Held at RSVP night club, located in the trendy West Loop neighborhood of the city, the purple neon lighting that illuminated the outside façade assured me that this was the place to be. Upon entry, I was greeted by the most welcoming staff that bid me good times and a pleasurable experience. The “kids” were in the building and they came dressed to “play.” I’m always intrigued when I attend events that are fashionably diverse. Fashionably diverse is a term that I use to describe a setting where different genres of fashion are displayed but everyone is at the pinnacle of their “look” and it’s polished and manifested brilliantly. High Society’s tradition is to sponsor an open bar for their events during the first hour and of course I obliged.
Before taking over the DJ booth, Scott Rivers - CEO of High Society- personally escorted me to the second level of the establishment to seek my opinion of the new space that management encourages them to transition to. It’s utterly DEVINE…breathtaking…it serves them well and I hedonistically anticipate the transition. As the music pumped and our bodies moved to the beat, an announcement was made that complimentary shots were available at the bar for all guest. As I made my way to the bar, I looked up and beheld the most beautiful bartender ever. He is a beauty. The entire bar staff is sexy but this gentleman was just divine. After another hour or so, I realized every great divo understands you always leave a fab party an hour before closing. So I gathered my belongings, blew my kisses and departed.
Our friends at Chicago’s High Society Entertainment Group hosted a festive pre-Christmas party this past Sunday at RSVP Lounge. Lots of the city’s young party goers and hipsters came out in the cold weather to warm up in the atmosphere of hot music provided by DJ GucciRoxx.
Peep the photo album below.
2012 was a WONDERFUL year. It was such a good year to me that I am “smiling from ear to ear” as I am typing this post. Thanks to social media outlets like Facebook, I can track my memories and share with my friends, my family and The G-List Society supporters and later look back to these “online albums” and bask in the glorious memories that shaped my life.
Though I boast hundreds of photos of myself, celebrities, WTF candid shots and sayings I value on my Facebook page, only a select handful make the coveted profile file that even people beyond my network can see. These photos capture the proudest, happiest and most emotional moments of 2012, and I would like to share these following photos with you as I stroll down memory lane describing the best and most memorable moments of 2012.
Our friends at High Society Entertainment Group in Chicago will be hosting a Countdown party the night before New Year’s Eve this Sunday. Inside one of Chicago’s newest hotspots RSVP Lounge, expect hundreds of revelers to come out to party one last time before counting down to 2013.
Check out the event details below on the flyer.
The young socialites and hipsters of Chicago came out to the town’s weekly hotspot Beauty Bar to celebrate the birthday of one of their favorite local divas Dhe-Di Willoughby. Our spies told us that a few more revelers came to the party to celebrate their special days too.
Check out all the beautiful people who kicked off a brand new with fun at the Beauty Bar including our favorite personalities Devin Norwood and DJ GucciRoxx.
The guys from High Society threw one of the closing events of this year’s Chicago Black Pride weekend with a bash held inside 694 Food & Wine Bar. Revelers came to the events in droves despite the record-setting heat that took over the Windy City for much of the week. The lounge hosted attendees in two floors of space where people met up with friends in and out of town one last time before the weekend of celebrations were over.
Check out the photos below.
The High Society guys plan to turn up the heat during Chicago’s Black Pride weekend as the present their Xtsacy party. Join them at their weekly Sunday affair at the plush Beauty Bar as DJ GucciRoxx will spin the latest and greatest hits that fill up the dancefloor.
Get into the details below.
Check out the photos from the latest event that Chicago social group The High Society hosted over Memorial weekend. Their “Good Life II” party brought the young socialites of the Windy City inside a huge loft space in the city’s south loop. Check out all the fanfare that occurred in the photos below..
It seems like Chicago’s Rails Marketing Group are giving their patrons star-studded parties as of lately. With reality-TV star/hair stylist Derek J hosting a party with revelers a few days ago, the Rails are keeping the momentum going with “Love & Hip-Hop” star Erica Mena. She will host the Urbano night tomorrow.
Check out the details below.