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DJ Prostyle's Birthday Bash at Best Buy Theater

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On a record setting rainy Wednesday night, Power 105.1 presented DJ Prostyle’s Birthday Bash in front of a capacity crowd at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square. The iHeartRadio personality and frequent Good Morning America DJ was joined on stage by 2 Chainz, Miguel, Ne-Yo, Omarion, Chinx, Mack Wilds, Rico Love and Sean Paul.

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The show kicked off with singer-songwriter and record producer Rico Love. He started by showcasing his songwriting skills by asking the audience if they recognized these two songs he wrote. Kelly Rowland's ''Motivation'' and French Montana's ''Ain't Worried About Nothin'' played as the crowd sung and rapped along. He then performed his hit ''They Don't Know'' before closing his set with his newest single ''B*tches Be Like.''

Next was Coke Boys member and Far Rockaway rapper Chinx. He took the stage rapping his verse from French Montana's ''Yayo'' before performing ''My N*gga.'' His set also included ''Right There,'' ''Up In Here'' and ''I'm a Coke Boy.'' Chinx brought out Vado to perform ''My Bae'' before wrapping his set up with his newest single ''Couple N*ggas'' and his hit ''Feelings.''

Staten Island native actor-rapper-singer Mack Wilds started off crooning with ''My Crib'' before performing uptempo tracks like ''Henny'' and ''Own It.''

Power 105.1's DJ Self got the crowd dancing to new and throwback dances before being joined onstage by rapper Kazzie to perform their hit ''Yeah OK.'' Big Bz also took the stage to perform his hit ''I Just Caught Another Zoe.''

R&B singer and dancer Omarion took the stage dancing to the beat of hit ''Touch'' before slowing it down for ''Know You Better.'' ''M.I.A'' was performed before he stated he wanted to perform something for real Omarion fans and treated the crowd to an acapella version of ''O.'' Omarion closed his set with his newest single ''You Like It.''

Dancehall reggae artist Sean Paul set included countless hits like ''Get Busy,'' ''Got 2 Luv U,'' ''Gimme The Light'' and more. He really got the crowd dancing and the H2O Wireless Glow Sticks waving in the air.

R&B singer and dancer Ne-Yo started his set off with ''Stay'' and ''So Sick'' before dancing across the stage to ''Champagne Life.'' A melody of hits he's been featured on was performed like Fabolous' ''Make Me Better'' and Young Jeezy's ''Leave You Alone.'' Ne-Yo closed his set with fan favorite ''Miss Independent.''

DJ Prostyle took the stage to announce the next performer. To see if the audience could guess who was next ''All I Want Is You'' played as the crowd rapped along to J Cole's part before R&B singer Miguel came on stage to sing the rest of song. Miguel showcased a couple dance moves leading right into his performance of ''How Many Drinks?.'' He closed his set with hits ''Sure Thing'' and ''Adorn.''

Rapper 2 Chainz was last to take the stage. He kicked off his set getting the crowd amped with the uptempo ''Fork.'' His high energy set also included a melody of his features like Drake's ''All Me,'' K Camp's ''Cut Her Off'' and Juicy J's ''Bandz A Make Her Dance.'' 2 Chainz set closed with performances of his hits ''I Luv Dem Strippers'' and ''Where U Been?.''

Just like the rain outside that night, this party was nonstop! With a hot lineup and special guests, DJ Prostyle's Birthday Bash turnt up and took over Times Square!

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