Lloyd Is a World-Class Lover Man and He Wants to Spend NYE 2011 With You

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Why do you wanna spend New Year's Eve with Lloyd (AKA Young Goldie)? Because he's a world-class lover man sure to make any girl's Serta shake like a Magic Fingers vibrating mattress. (Plus, you gotta do something while you wait for his new album King of Hearts to drop on Valentine's Day 2011.)

He'll perform radio hits all night, like "Get it Shawty," "You," and 2010's biggest break-out single, "Bed Rock," a track that cemented his alliance with the Young Money camp.

So ... Should we expect a guest appearance by camp director himself, Lil Wayne? Well, anything's possible, especially when Young Moula princess Nicki Minaj is set to be partying right next door at Mansion.

One way or another, expect a lot of rocking, bed and dance floor included.

Lloyd. SoBe Live, 1203 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The party begins at 9 p.m, and tickets cost $50 to $2500 via wantickets.com. Call 305-725-3353 or visit sobelivesouthbeach.com.

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