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Major Wave’s annual pre-Grammy celebration went down Saturday night time on the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, and this 12 months, for the primary time, it celebrated Billboard No. 1s.

So it is sensible {that a} crowd of hitmakers was within the constructing to have a good time Grammy Weekend, together with Jon Bon Jovi, who had simply been honored the night time prior as MusiCares Individual of the Yr and is the voice of 4 Billboard Sizzling 100 No. 1 hits along with his namesake band. Melissa Etheridge was additionally there, alongside spouse Linda Wallem, and he or she’s a Billboard chart-topper too, together with the Grownup Modern No. 1 smash “I’m the Solely One.”

Then there was Bell Biv DeVoe — the trio of Ricky Bell, Michael Bivens and Ronnie DeVoe — who scored three No. 1s on Billboard‘s Sizzling R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart of their early ’90s heyday. They have been the right individuals for Billboard‘s Rania Aniftos to ask “what’s the key to creating a success music?” on the crimson carpet Saturday night time.

“Be your self, have enjoyable, be sure you’re having fun with it,” Bell supplied. “Make sure that it’s what you’ll actually take heed to whenever you go to the golf equipment or bounce in your automobile. Simply hold it true in that side.”

Bivens chimed in subsequent: “I’d say get a sizzling beat. Don’t nothing occur with out the beat. Then go straight to the refrain and get one thing that they wish to bear in mind. After which simply inform a narrative that you simply assume connects to women and men.”

Lastly, DeVoe stated, “It’s about that second in time too, like being actual so far as what you’re feeling in your life at the moment. The largest albums have been a couple of second in time in any given artist’s profession. Whether or not it’s Prince, Purple Rain or Mary J. Blige, What’s the 411? There’s so many classics primarily based on individuals’s ache and their victory at any time. A music ought to converse to that.”

CeeLo was in command of the night time’s music, spinning all the things from Usher’s “Yeah!” and Too $hort’s “Blow the Whistle” to his personal “F**okay You! (Neglect You),” a No. 1 hit on Billboard‘s Pop Airplay chart in 2011.

Additionally on the Waldorf Astoria for the celebration: Lauren Spencer-Smith, Fifth Concord alumni Ally Brooke & Dinah Jane, Grandmaster Flash, Gavin Rossdale, “Lovin On Me” co-writer & co-producer Sean Momberger, Johnny Gill, Bonnie McKee, Israeli & Palestinian boy band as1one, Eric Benét, charlieonafriday, Pat Houston, Donna Houston, Damien “DDOT” Washington, Domani Harris, Armani White, James Charles, Crystal Kung Minkoff
Dom Fenison & Chanel West Coast, Terry Washington and, final however not least, The Hamburglar, who shocked the celebration with Completely happy Meal containers full of McDonald’s cheeseburgers and french fries.

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