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During the 28th birthday/album release celebration for Mike Will at L.A.’s Wolf, the hitmaker joined Interscope chief John Janick for this rugged photo op. Later, Steve Berman jumped out of a cake. Also in attendance were, among many others, the label’s Gary Kelly, Dennis Dennehy, Joie MandaArchie Davis, Larry Khan, Nino Cuccinello and Nicole Bilzerian, manager DJ Mormile and such artists as Rae Sremmurd, YG and F1Jo. The event was another installment of the DTS Play-Fi Dine in Sound series, and Chef Marcel created a special menu based on the track list for Mike’s star-studded album, Ransom 2. In other special-menu news, a menu of lunch specials was recently added to the drawer of a HITS editor’s desk, but he opted, once again, for the tuna melt.

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