DJ Khaled hit West Hollywood Wednesday night as the master of ceremonies at the star-stacked launch of Cîroc Studios.
The facility, set inside Hollywood's Record Plant Recording Studios space, will give rising artists the chance to create alongside "music experts" while using state-of-the-art equipment. 100 hours of studio time was donated to VH1's Save the Music foundation at Wednesday night's launch event by Khaled, Sean "Diddy" Combs, and Cîroc.
Teyana Taylor, Ashlee Simpson Ross, Justine Skye, Sevyn Streeter, and more were also in attendance for the unveiling. Scratch N' Learn also gifted guests with on-the-spot DJ tutorials. "I'm always amazed at the talent that exists within our community," Khaled said in a statement.
To supplement the physical recording space in Hollywood, Cîroc is launching a three-part web series titled Behind the Hustle that will focus on both established and emerge artists.