Swizz Beatz Hosts The Hottest NO COMMISSION: Miami Party Filled With All Your Fave Celebrities, Music Performances & Art

attends No Commission presented by BACARDÃ  x The Dean Collection at Faena Forum on December 6, 2018 in Miami Beach, Florida.

Swizz Beatz Hosts The Hottest NO COMMISSION: Miami Party Filled With All Your Fave Celebrities, Music Performances & Art

Meek Mill, A$AP Ferg, Fat Joe, and Swizz Beatz brought the house down!

Published December 8th

What happens when you put some of the hottest rappers on stage, invite loads of celebrities, showcase amazing art, and have plenty of drinks flowing? Exactly, you’ve got the hottest party of Miami Art Week, NO COMMISSION: Miami.

Over 1,000 guests wrapped around the block of Faena Forum on Friday (Dec. 7) to attend the last day of NO COMMISSION: Miami in South Beach, and from the looks of the photos and the A-Lister attendees, we’d say the party was lit!

After launching NO COMMISSION during Miami Art Week in 2015 alongside BACARDÍ x The Dean Collection, rapper Swizz Beatz once again did an excellent job offering a first-of-its-kind platform for artists to showcase their art and have total control of their sales—saving artists over $3 million in the last 3 years.

attends No Commission presented by BACARDÃ  x The Dean Collection at Faena Forum on December 6, 2018 in Miami Beach, Florida.
(Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images for BACARDI)

Partying in the VIP section as they celebrated the thirty artists featured in the “Take the Shot” photography themed exhibition, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Alicia Keys and Busta Rhymes enjoyed BACARDÍ Ocho and cola cocktails, while DJ Nasty kicked things off with an epic set followed by performances Meek Mill, A$AP Ferg, and Swizz.

Performing his classic hit “Dreams and Nightmares” Meek Mill took the stage and was later joined by A$AP Ferg for their hit “Plain Jane.”

Hyping up the night, Swizz had fans ecstatic after bringing Fat Joe on stage to perform “Lean Back” and “All the Way Up.”

Rapper and producer Mannie Fresh also performed fan-favorite hits.

Other celebrities who decided to attend the event where artists receive free exhibition space and retain 100% of the proceeds from sold work, included Nicole Scherzinger, Tyson Beckford, Angela Simmons, Broderick Hunter, Jeezy, and Ace Hood.

Sounds like a masterpiece of great music, beautiful art, and lots of entertainment!

Written by Tweety Elitou

(Photo: Craig Barritt/Getty Images for BACARDI)

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