Following an appearance on the red carpet, Pia Mia and an intimate group of friends made their way to a luxurious VIP table where they were greeted with flashing lights and giant letters spelling out “P-I-A-M-I-A,” presented by Hyde’s sexy servers. The group sipped on Hennessy XO, Jameson and Don Julio Silver throughout the night, and later Pia was presented with a stunning pink and white cake topped with a crown that read “Happy Birthday Princess Pia Mia” and a magnum bottle of Dom Perignon engraved with “Happy 21st Birthday Pia Mia.”
The party didn’t end there as Pia took the stage to perform her hits “Do It Again” and “I’m a Fan.” Actress, singer, and songwriter Keke Palmer was also spotted dancing the night away at the fountain-side hotspot, and Jamie Foxx made an appearance at Hyde Bellagio, too. Earlier he took to Instagram to wish his best friend Gill a happy birthday, saying they were coming to Hyde to turn up later that night. DJ Hollywood kept the beats bumping until the early morning hours.
About Pia Mia
Pia Mia is an American singer, songwriter, and model from Guam. She started by posting videos of herself singing on video-sharing site YouTube, later going on to star in commercials and music videos.
Pia Mia began working on her debut album and as of May 2015, she has recorded over 100 songs for the album. In early 2015, she released the promotional song “Fuck With U” featuring American hip hop recording artist and producer G-Eazy. It was initially intended to be the first single from Mia’s debut studio album, but it was later scrapped after an underwhelming commercial performance. On May 4, 2015, Mia released “Do It Again” as the lead single from her debut studio album. The song, which featured vocals from Chris Brown and Tyga, became Mia’s first charting song. It has reached No. 8 on the UK Top 40, No. 71 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, No. 19 on the Rhythmic Songs chart and No. 70 on the Canadian Hot 100. On October 30, 2015, Mia released her second official single “Touch” from her upcoming debut studio album. It was written by Mia, co-written and produced by Stargate. It has reached No. 47 in Australia and the UK Singles Chart. However, it failed to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100.