Los Angeles – Last night in the heart of Hollywood, T-Mobile USA, Inc. together with Google(tm) celebrated the unveiling of Google Music(tm) with an exclusive event that brought the inspiration and world of music to life for a crowd of exuberant music fans, celebrities and VIP’s. Held at the yet-to-be-opened Mr. Brainwash Studio, the special event featured live musical performances by Maroon 5, Busta Rhymes, Dirty South and a surprise performance by Drake, who is celebrating the release of his second studio album Take Care.
The event featured a world of interactive engagements for music fanatics to showcase their love of music, including a real-world T-Mobile and Google Music store, a giant Android(tm) and live graffiti installations, all under the backdrop of a raw, concrete warehouse street art gallery with performances by some of the biggest names in music. More than 1,000 music revelers and special guests turned out for the invite-only star-studded event, including Jamie Lynn Sigler, Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus, Ashlee Simpson, Topher Grace, Paris Hilton, Serena Williams, Nick Cannon,and many more.
A DJ music set by R3HAB got the party started as guests arrived at the magenta carpet. Upon entering the Mr. Brainwash Studio, a brand new street art gallery set to open to the public in December 2011, guests marveled at the live art installations from graffiti artists inside while outside overhead revealed a T-Mobile and Google Music billboard overlooking the building designed by Mr. Brainwash himself.