There was a Big Game celebration with DJ Pauly D at Vanity Nightclub inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas on January 31, 2015.
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DJ Pauly D
Paul DelVecchio, publicly known as DJ Pauly D, is an American television personality and disc jockey. He is best known for being a housemate on MTV’s reality show Jersey Shore.
In 2010, DelVecchio released a single, “Beat Dat Beat (It’s Time To)”. He was also nominated for the “America’s Best DJ” competition in 2010 and 2011.
After numerous rumours, on August 11, 2011, Pauly D confirmed to XXL that he had signed a three album deal with 50 Cent’s labels G-Unit Records & G-Note Records and that he will also be releasing headphones under the label.
He is also the first of the Jersey Shore cast to get his own spin-off show, The Pauly D Project.
In 2011, it was announced that DelVecchio would open for Britney Spears on her Femme Fatale Tour in North America on selected cities and dates.
In July 2012, DelVecchio tweeted that Big Sean was with him in the studio working on his new album, which will be released in 2013.
On the August 13th episode of WWE Raw, it was announced that Pauly D would be the social media ambassador for SummerSlam.
Pauly D released his first single of debut album, called “Back to Love”, on January 15, 2012, featuring British singer Jay Sean.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada, is an entertainment resort owned and operated by Brookfield Asset Management and Warner Gaming, LLC.. The property is located on 16.7 acres on the corner of Harmon and Paradise Road, inside the Paradise Corridor.
Features of the property include the hotel tower, a 30,000-square-foot casino, Tahitian-style beach and swimming pool, a nightclub, six restaurants, three cocktail lounges, several retail stores, a spa, a poker room, and “The Joint”, a music venue. Hard Rock earns only about 30% of its revenue from gaming. – Wikipedia