GTA Took on LIV Miami, Made That "Booty Bounce" on South Beach

GTA's Mejia and Toth followed up "Booty Bounce" with Tujamo and Plastic Funk's "WHO," which got a lot of people gyrating.

Go-go dancers were in full-effect and confetti canons went off as the DJs continued to play banger after banger, including Clockwork's mashup of Crookers' "Pop That" and French Montana's song of the same name.

Photo by Gianmarco Pow-Sang

The duo changed things up about a half-hour into their set by playing a lil' trap and moombahton, including RL Grime's remix of "Satisfaction." But the most surprising moment of the night was when Mejia and Toth played Elvis Crespo's merengue classic "Suavemente" in the middle of the trap segment of their set, which made the Hispanics in the crowd (i.e. everyone) go absolutely crazy.

Then they closed the set with massive new single, "Hit It," which has been supported by DJs all around the world. The beat freaks barely had enough energy to throw another three minutes of fist pumps. But they persevered. And for having played what definitely seemed a lot shorter than 90 minutes, GTA definitely hit it hard and made that "Booty Bounce" on South Beach.

Photo by Gianmarco Pow-Sang

Critic's Notebook

Personal Bias: I was expecting a lot of progressive house given the crowd and setting, but GTA veered far from that and still managed to make everyone jam.

The Crowd: Mostly people in their mid-to-late 20s with a few older men (not that many older women) here and there.

GTA's Setlist:
-"Booty Bounce"
-"Bring In The Katz"
-"Pop That"
-"Work It"
-"Dirty Talk"
-"I Could Be The One"
-"Ladi Dadi"
-"Rack City"
-"Hit It"

-- Gianmarco Pow-Sang

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4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Music

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