- Masego is a Jamaican-American musician and singer who blends saxophone into his style.
- He mixes jazz, R&B, soul, and funk into what he calls “Trap House Jazz.”
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LIGHT Nightclub, located at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, has added GRAMMY Award nominee Masego to the venue’s stellar lineup of top artists with a scheduled performance Friday, April 1.
Since 2013, LIGHT has provided guests with a world-class experience combining a state-of-the-art sound system with massive LED screens. LIGHT reopened its doors in February with performances by Wyclef Jean, Sam Hunt, and Iggy Azalea, and will continue the star-studded lineup in April with headliners such as Justin Credible, Miguel and DJ Pope with additional talent to be announced.
Micah Davis, known by his stage name as Masego, is a Jamaican-American musician and singer, who has made a splash in the music industry by blending saxophone into his genre-bending style. Mixing jazz, R&B, soul, and funk into what he calls “Trap House Jazz,” the self-proclaimed “King of the Street Musicians” is a GRAMMY Award-nominated artist for Best Progressive R&B Album for his album, “Studying Abroad: Extended Stay.”
Masego released a collaborative extended play (EP), “The Pink Polo EP” with electronic dance musician Medasin in 2015, the song titled “Girls That Dance” was brought to popularity which led to the release of his own EP “Loose Thoughts” in 2016. In September 2018, he released his debut album “Lady Lady” followed by his GRAMMY Award-nominated EP. In 2021, Masego’s song “Somethin’ Ain’t Right” was featured on the inspired album for the award-winning feature film “Judas and the Black Messiah.” Masego also joined forces with Drake to create the single “Champagne Poetry” from Drake’s album “Certified Lover Boy.”
Learn more on Masego’s website.
About LIGHT Nightclub:
LIGHT Nightclub at Mandalay Bay merges cutting-edge creativity with popular music to produce unique nightlife entertainment. LIGHT’s DJs play a wide range of popular hits. Performers and dancers immerse the crowd in a pulsating party vibe set to state-of-the-art sound and lighting. LIGHT’s massive LED screens captivate the senses and a world-class sound system keeps energy high. LIGHT is open Friday and Saturday nights from 10:30 p.m. – 4 a.m.