Bow Wow will debut his seventh album, “Underrated,” to kick of 2012, and he is hosting a party at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas to celebrate on Saturday, Jan. 14.
At just 24 years old, Bow Wow is an accomplished artist with nearly 15 years of industry experience and seven albums to his credit. He debuted his first album, “Beware of Dog,” when he was just 13 years old. The charismatic performer catapulted his career into film and television, with such shows and movies as “Like Mike,” “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” and most recently, he appeared in several episodes of “Entourage.”
His much anticipated new album features collaborations with Nelly, Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Sean Kingston and more.
The new Chateau Gardens is situated on the rooftop of Paris Las Vegas under the awning of the Eiffel Tower. Reminiscent of a lush garden in Versailles, Chateau Gardens spans 22,000 square feet in an unparalleled setting beneath the stars. Butterfly, held every Saturday night at Chateau Gardens, is an ultra-sensory nightlife experience that combines the talents of the world’s top DJs, producers, singers and performance artists.
Beginning at 10:30 p.m. and continuing into sunrise, Butterfly encompassed Chateau Nightclub & Gardens indoor club and outdoor terrace. Internationally renowned resident DJs and guests spinning the best dance music, in addition to live musicians and performance artists that will interact with party-goers throughout the night, Butterfly is a party for the people and will create a sense of community and camaraderie among club-goers who seek an unparalleled nightlife experience.
Chateau Nightclub & Gardens is located at Paris Las Vegas at 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, directly above Sugar Factory American Brasserie restaurant and retail store. Spanning more than 45,000 square feet and sprawled across two stories, Chateau features three separate nightlife experiences including a high-energy nightclub, magnificent Strip-side Chateau Terrace and blossoming Chateau Gardens.