EPIC QUARANTINE CYBER Party going on now on Instagram with the legendary D-Nice!
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Every body showed up!
From Ava DuVernay to former Vice President Joe Biden. From Justin Timberlake to Will Packer Jr. From Bernie Sanders to former First Lady Michelle Obama to Dj Khaled to Janet Jackson and Rihanna, Dj D-Nice hosted a Saturday night Instagram live party featuring everybody’s favorite, uplifting music, an energetic vibe and an overwhelming feeling of unity.
“One of my favorite artists is in here, Janet Jackson,” D-Nice said while rocking out. “ We love you Janet. C’mon man. We love you. It’s insane.”
And by insane, D-Nice was referring to the fact that everybody from the legendary basketball star Dr. J and rocker Lenny Kravitz showed up to dance at home – social distance-style – with the likes of Lalah Hathaway and Nile Rodgers. As one user commented during the live: it was a chance to breath the same virtual air of Michelle Obama and NASA.
“It’s the biggest party in the world going on right now,” he said, bouncing in his white t-shirt and rimmed hat. “Mark Zuckerberg what’s up bro.”
There’s something about joining a virtual party larger than the number of attendees of the 2020 Super Bowl on a Saturday night presumably spent home alone in many states while everything is so uncertain in America and the world. In real time, D-Nice asked Zuckerberg to please not shut off the Live as it approached 95,000 viewers and was playing the best of Stevie Wonder.
At that point, Kelly Rowland predicted 100K. And it was only 9:22 pm. CST when it hit 92,000 people. It hit 105,000 people before 9:30 p.m. D-Nice explained that he started the party five days ago to bring some smiles to some faces. He also paid homage to Kenny Rogers by playing iconic song “The Gambler.” Rogers died March 20 at the age of 81.
D-Nice also debuted a new song by Childish Gambino close to the end of the nine hour dance party set, that returns at 3 pm PST on Sunday March 22, 2020.
“There’s so much love and unity,” D-Nice said while pushing into the quintessential last dance party song, the Beyonce version, created by West Coast band Maze: “Before I Let Go.” But it wasn’t over! Buju Banton, Donnie Walhburg, Jenny McCarthy, Diddy and Stevie Wonder hopped into the live stream, DNice took a quick dinner break and the party started all over again. Raising vibrations all over the world.[Forbes]