Atlanta, GA. 24 August 2016 – This past Tuesday Hip Hop Recording artist and member of the 2016 XXL Freshman Class, Lil Yachty, celebrated his 19th birthday with a surprise party at Cici’s Pizza in Decatur, GA. The Quality Control family transformed CiCi’s Pizza to match the notable sailor team lifestyle with a boat/nautical themed setting. As family and friends arrived they were greeted at their seats with baskets full of candy, UNO cards, and small Sailing Team collectables. Guests also enjoyed the wide variety of pizza and salads that CiCi’s provided. To make Lil Yachty’s memories last, a photo booth was provided with fun nautical-themed props to celebrate such Yachty’s day and a solid year for his career.
After all the anticipation, Lil Yachty finally arrived, humbled to see all the love in the room. “Wow, thank you so much for this party!” Yachts stated with a bright smile on his face. After greeting all of his loved ones and indulging in a few slices of pizza, it was fair to say that Lil Yachty’s 19th birthday was a success!
Photo Credit: Prince Williams | ATL Pics
About Lil Yachty
With hair that looks like red-hot cheese curls and the wild Atlanta ATLien style to match, Miles McCollum, known as Lil Yachty, bounces between the party attitude of Migos and the ‘outer-space’ weirdness of Future with the greatest of ease. Part of this is due to the use of two personas, the wild Lil Yachty and the stern but strange MC Lil Boat. He began to break in 2015 when Drake’s OVO Sound Radio show aired his bizarre, sing-songy number “Minnesota.” In early 2016, his other persona became the name of Lil Boat, his debut for the Capitol- and Motown-affiliated independent Quality Control. The mixtape featured “Minnesota” along with “One Night,” a woozy party cut that reached number 30 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart and cracked the Hot 100. An appearance at Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 fashion show followed soon after, along with an appearance on Chance the Rapper’s Top Ten mixtape Coloring Book. A second Quality Control mixtape, Summer Songs 2, arrived that August and debuted on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart at number 4