A number of stars, including Scarlett Johansson and Jonah Hill, performed at the 20th anniversary party for Vice on Friday.
Scarlett star performed an acoustic cover of New Order’s Bizarre Love Triangle at the celebration in Brooklyn, New York while Jonah took on Drake’s track Marvin’s Room and even pleaded with the rapper to be his pal, saying, “I thought you and I were friends, Drake. Accept my friendship.”
Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner, Gorillaz’s drummer Pauli PSM and The Raconteurs bassist Jack Lawrence were the house band for the evening, and rocker Andrew W.K. took on the role of host.
Members of Megadeth, Testament and Municipal Waste performed Metallica’s hit Seek and Destroy, while music producer The-Dream covered M.I.A.’s Paper Planes and Ghostface Killah and Raekwon rapped their classic Daytona 500.
Rapper Lil Wayne ended the night with a four-song set of his own material and told the audience he would be leaving his record label Cash Money “soon” due to disputes with executives, who are frequently delaying the release of his album “Tha Carter V.”
He said, “Due to technical difficulties, I’m f**ked up in a bad situation, but I will be out of it soon, and I do it for y’all. So put your fives up for Carter V.”