Poplife Wants You to Dip It Low With Secret Guest DJ at Bar Tonight

Yeah, this is a hint.
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When secret parties with special guest DJs are announced, 90 percent of the time they don't live up to the hype. Trust us when we say tonight's secret party at


probably isn't going to be one of those times. The person taking over the decks tonight is a very well known Grammy-nominated producer and DJ.

In fact, we are told he's in town to get some work done in the studio, but he's planning to take a break to pop in tonight.

Doors open at 10 p.m. and the party is free. All fun seekers 21 and older should definitely show up.

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