Grammy-nominated record producer and American-Japanese musician Steve Aoki finally made his way back to the Philippines!
The renowned DJ partied with electronic dance music (EDM) fans until the break of dawn during the ultimate pool party in Manila.
DJ Aoki’s sold-out concert-party, presented by Globe Tattoo, was held at The Palace Pool Club in Uptown, Bonifacio Global City last Friday night, October 16.
Celebrities spotted at the concert party were The Palace Pool Club owners Raymond Gutierrez and GP Reyes, Erwan Heussaff, Albie Casino, and siblings Marco and Michelle Gumabao.
At the concert-party, DJ Aoki said he makes sure to make a stop in the Philippines for his Asia tour every year.
This marks Steve Aoki's fifth visit to the country following his 2014 gig at EPIC Beach Front in Boracay Island for the Labor Day celebrations.
DJ Aoki is currently on the 10th spot at DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs of 2015.
He is currently promoting his new album Neon Future II, the second installment of his trilogy album series.
Filipino EDM fans pumped up their fists as Steve played some of his club-favorite originals including "Turbulence," "I Love It When You Cry," and "No Beef."
Partygoers danced all night as he played some of his remixes including Mr. Probz's "Waves," Skrillex and Diplo's "Where Are U Now," Major Lazer & DJ Snake's "Lean On," Galantis' "Runaway (U &I)," Avicii's "Waiting For Love," and Calvin Harris' "How Deep Is Your Love."
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Steve Aoki's concert-party wouldn't be complete without him giving booze showers and throwing cake at the faces of select fans.
The music producer hyped up the crowd and told them, "This song is called 'Cakeface'! Do you what happens when I play 'Cakeface'?"
Steve instructed those who want to be "caked" to climb up on a friend's shoulder. Ten fans were lucky to get their faces smashed with cake by Steve Aoki while his 2015 hit song “Cakeface” was playing.
Towards the end of the pool party, Steve told Filipinos, "You wanna make Manila *expletive* crazy, right?"
The EDM musician asked partygoers to sit down before instructing them to jump up and dance as soon as they hear his beat drop.
Pinoy fans were more than eager to follow his request as DJ Aoki’s friends recorded the whole thing to upload on his YouTube account.
Fireworks blasted in the sky for five minutes as Steve wrapped up the party with a remix of Coldplay's "Fix You" and the club favorite "Pursuit of Happiness" from the 2012 movie, Project X.
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