Lexy Panterra lit up Hollywood while celebrating the release of her new music video, and the stunning singer melted down the red carpet with her smoking hot look!
The triple threat partnered with Maven’s List to host an exclusive release party for the powerful track, ‘Die Before You Love Me,’ in Los Angeles.
The star-studded soiree featured custom signature Lexy-inspired cocktails, good eats, live music, and all the positive vibes. But, the night began with Lexy walking on her red carpet looking so hot, it left attendees, breathless.
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Famous guests were treated to Hummus Republic, the celeb-favorite Mediterranean food chain, who kept everyone satiated with delicious and healthy food all night. As for dessert, Cake and Art paid tribute to a magical moment in Panterra’s video with a lightning-inspired cake.
Partygoers sipped on Tequila Casa Dollero and Dezo, the spiked superfruit water. The group also toasted with wine from AJA Vineyards, thanks to their Vice President, Amanda Greenbaum, pouring her award-winning blends.
While attendees weren’t eating and dining, magician Andy Amyx flaunted his jaw-dropping tricks for the crowd, and Maddie Munson, host of The F–kboy Podcast, sold her Hobolux merch.
As you can see, Lexy flaunted her perfect physique in a black sheer dress accessorized with thigh-high white leather boots, and a stunning Chanel necklace.
Among the A-list attendees were Lexy’s boyfriend, Youtuber Alex Wassabi, social media star Tayler Holder, Vanderpump Rules alum Faith Stowers, singer RMR, and Fame Guru Sheeraz. The group danced the night away as Sir Julianus and DoJi spun the beats.
They also sat down with the hottest new app, Maven’s List, which is the most secure way for businesses to book influencers so that brands and businesses can grow and build together.
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Later in the evening, Panterra debuted her highly-anticipated music video, and performed live, showcasing her talented vocal range. “Die Before You Love Me,” the opening track on Panterra’s 2020 record Baddie Vibez, exposes the harsh reality of Hollywood.
According to reports, the Billboard-charting artist wrote the single after the death of Lil’ Peep. At the time, she said the tragedy opened her eyes to the cold truth, and she felt compelled to shed light on it. Panterra has since made it her mission to uplift other artists and continue creating opportunities for not only herself but her peers as well so that dedicated musicians gain the respect they deserve for their commitment to their crafts.
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