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Party, concert, Party and concert is usally what being line up and filled up for year end calender. After great party now here comes upcoming Latino Queen ready to make a huge storm to KL fans. Are you gear up to shake your booty all night long? I am pretty sure you guys do remember one of her top songs over the years such as Jenny from the Block, Let’s Get Loud, I’am Real and with her successive record over the years that, she is listed as the most influential Hispanic performer in the United States. For this year 2012 she had made a strong come back with awesome track like Goin’ In ft. Flo RidaDance Again ft. Pitbull and many more.

This Round her world tour of J.Lo Dance Again is stopping at Kuala Lumpur, be prepared for a night of sensational song and hot grooves with J.Lo to make your bump shaking non stop  at:

Date:                      2 December 2012

Venue:                   Stadium Merdeka – KL

Time:                      8.00pm

Best part of all, who doesnt want a FREE deal to watch such amazing concert? (KEEP Scrolling keep reading) . Well its not only just free tickets, from 12th until 26th November by just dial *128# and subscribe to any Whatchuwant packs for a chance to get the ultimate J.Lo experience worth RM10,000, opp oppp opp.. doesnt stop there as there are more things for you to walk away with such as:

  • 2 Jennifer Lopez concert tickets worth RM1,316 (RM658 each)
  • Makeover for you and a friend
  • Professional photoshoot with printout for you and a friend
  • J.Lo Fashionista Dinner for two
  • A 5-star hotel stay
  • Chauffeur-driven ride for two
  • Jennifer Lopez Perfume Pack, poster & Dance Again CD
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0”
  • Samsung Galaxy SIII
  • Nikon Coolpix Waterproof AW100

Other ways of doing it like:

Feeling & Looking Hot?

– just snap at least 3 pictures of your most J.Lo-licious poses and send it via MMS to 20000 by 25th November 2012

If you feel you have the luck and omph! then do as above and how are you going to do it? 2nd December is just around the corner and you need quick log in to The Cube (Click here) to find out more. . .

You will just be one of the lucky person to walk away with tickets worth RM658 or the cash price or gadgets. ..

I’ve been looking forward to this event since January, when news that it’s landing on our shores started appearing on the internet. The list of acts is impressive to say the least. Future Music Festival Asia It truly lives up to its moniker of “the largest music festival in Asia”.

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Let’s start with the logistics of the event first. Parking was a breeze although I find RM10 a bit steep. There were plenty of portable loos. Like, really a lot. That’s usually the first thing I’m concerned with when it comes to outdoor events like these.

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(This is what you see right before the entrance)

There was a food village with a pretty good selection ranging from sushi, pies, ice cream, and Sarawak laksa. Starbucks and Krispy Kreme were present as well. To complete the experience, there’s a merchandise section and even rides for us. I wasn’t paying much attention to those things as I was there purely for the music. Spotted a ferris wheel though. =)

I arrived at 5pm to catch Flo Rida’s set. I was very fortunate to be given two first class passes so we managed to get in fairly quickly. There were four stages: Future, Las Venus, Flamingo and Gnome. I was mostly fixated at the Future stage with occasional visits to the Las Venus stage.

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(The Future stage setup. I like how they have the white stars dangling at the top, they light up at night)

Flo Rida had the crowd eating out of his hands with favourites like “Low”, “In The Ayer”, “Sugar”, “Right Round”, “Club Can’t Handle Me”, and more.

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(Flo Rida performing “Take Over” with Mizz Nina)

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(Everyone grooving to Flo Rida)

The atmosphere was electric. He brought some red roses and gave them out to the ladies during one of his songs and even went into the crowd while sitting on someone’s shoulder! Talk about being crowd savvy.

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(photo stolen from Chris Tock cos he has the best shot)

After his set, I checked out the First Class area. It was nicely set up and I had a brief respite from the sweltering heat, sitting in the air conditioned area while chatting with Chris Tock. There’s F&B here catered by La Bodega but I didn’t stay long. I was there for the music yo!

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(First Class area)

On my way out, I managed to watch the tail end of Jalebee Cartel’s set and I liked what I hear. Was a bit sad I missed most of their show. I wanted to catch Eddie Halliwell so I hightailed it to the food village to grab a quick bite and then headed back to the Future stage.

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(Spotted this graffiti wall while on my way to the food village)

Eddie Halliwell was named DJ of the year by leading dance music magazine Mixmag in 2003 and 2005 and I’ve never heard him spin live so I wasn’t gonna miss it for the world. He didn’t disappoint. For me, his set was the best for the whole night. He worked the crowd into a frenzy and had everyone dancing like there’s no tomorrow.

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(Eddie Halliwell bringing the house down. My favourite act for the night. Sorry for the lousy quality, my compact camera sucks at night shots)

Next up was Pendulum. They were highly recommended by a friend of mine. However, I didn’t really enjoy their set. Everyone else was rocking to their tunes. Maybe it’s just not my cup of tea. So I went up to Las Venus to check out Blink & Goldfish. Very energetic duo and it was really nice to see so many people showing our local duo some love.

Tinie Tempah came on next and I stayed on for a few of his songs. Definitely a good performer and it seems that he really loved KL too, constantly telling the crowd how much he likes the country and the city. I didn’t stay long as I didn’t wanna miss the highlight of the night, The Chemical Brothers!

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(Sorry again for the lousy quality & bad timing. That’s Tinie Tempah on stage. You can see the huge crowd though)

I was quite worn out when The Chemical Brothers took to the decks due to the dancing and jumping earlier. I think I stayed for approximately 45 minutes and that was it, I called it a night. It was a good set and there was a massive crowd at the Future stage, spilling out all the way to the back. Everyone was screaming when they came on stage. However, I found their set a bit underwhelming after Eddie Halliwell’s rocking set. For a finale, it wasn’t as hard hitting as I’d hoped.

Still, it was an amazing experience, watching everyone come together in appreciation of good music. I felt it was a very well organised event. The people who attended were mostly very friendly and nice. It’s nice to see an eclectic crowd for once. I will definitely go for the next one.

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(Flamingo stage)

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(Las Venus stage)

30,000 people, 60 acts, 12 hours of music, 4 stages. Freaking awesome!

Signing off by:
Immi Yap

I did party hard last year at my very first time attending Hennessy Artistry (click here) and the event was absolutely awesome with great performance line up, that blast our feet away from the floor, with great arrangement at the scene that once walk into the entrance you will pass by this bar mixing 101 for us to learn . .

Then photo session of remembrance to post freely which is a good memory ..

Best of all I get to meet all my friends there. .. .

Last year turn out for this event is huge with at least 5o00 people in the scene dancing and enjoying all night long with great performance and free flow alcohol all night long.

of course one of the main star of the night could not be more than Kardinal and gang that had us all hype up.

As for this year, after 6 record breaking and unforgettable parties around Malaysia, the party has come to an end with the finale part of it. The biggest Hennesys Artistry is back with “The Global Art of Mixing” party of 2011 that going to take place at the same venue last year.

This annual event is sure going to rock your feet off the ground again with surprise line up for this year, that it is assure this huge place is going to turn into super club where sights, sounds, and tastes collide to form an eclectic and  explosive unforgettable clubbing experience.

In global party scene, Hennessy Artistry ‘The Global Art of Mixing’ parties in several countries like New York, Shanghai, Taipei had never disappoint their fans with super star to perform like Ciara, The Roots, Mike Posner, Alexandra Burke, Harlem Yu, Jay Chou, Jacky Cheung, and Sammi Cheng. Even our local scene in Malaysia is pretty impressive too with previous line up of Flo-Rida, Kardinal Offishall, Shayne Ward, Boys Like Girls, The Ying Yang Twins  and others.

As for this year, the play cards is out by guessing who are the line up that makes us more curious and looking forward for the event which is happening in the month of November.

To know who will be the line up for this year, just log into www.h-artistry.com.my/facebook also on details on how to get this money cant buy invites to attend party of the year. Alternative you can also follow then on twitter to know on the line up for this round www.h-artistry.com.my/twitter.

Even though we party hard all night long, just do remember that, drink responsibly . .Your love ones is always waiting for you.

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