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Jazzy's Big LA Move and Away Party Sponsored by Le'Feu Vodka

Washington, DC - - Dreamer Management hosted a two-night going away celebration for founder and CEO, Bradford “Jazzy” Smith on Thursday April 10th and Friday April 11th. Thursday evening, the Dream Team partnered with IgniteDMV, Lotus Lounge and Le’Feu Vodka to sponsor a company showcase and industry-driven farewell celebration. Lotus Lounge accommodated a crowd of special invited guests to preview the Dreamer Management artist roster.

Tynese Trent opened the show mastering popular covers such as Beyonce’s “XO”. Next, Redfate electrified the lounge with her high energy performance introducing her new hit single “Go Bad” along with other songs from her upcoming EP “DC Trill Goddess Vol. 1”. Chicago-based rapper, P-Air showed the DC industry crowd why he is known as the electric cool kid. He delivered a breakthrough set offering a sneak peak of his single “Touch Myself”. Closing the showcase was R&B singer Ivan Ellis. He “ivanized” the audience with his soulful melodies and provoking stage persona. The night ended on a vibrant note as colleagues, friends, and supporters celebrated the major accomplishment of the rising mogul.

Friday night was also dedicated to Jazzy’s Big LA Move. The official Going Away party was hosted by Dreamer Management, K&C Productions and Vita Lounge. Le’Feu Vodka provided libations for the event and the gorgeous Tierra Mari hosted. Jazzy arrived in style in a chauffeured all-black sedan. The VIP reception included a full course meal and signature beverages from Le’Feu Vodka. When the doors opened to the public, Vita lounge was quickly inundated with an abundance of DC socialites. The atmosphere was no less than star-studded, as it should be considering its honoree.

Written by:  Auntea Marie