Beijing’s first high-end hip-hop club launched during the Olympics lives up to its name, attracting celebrities such as Evander Holyfield and Chris Tucker. A Rolls Royce Phantom DJ booth takes pride of place on the dance floor while every surface from the ceiling to the bright young things glitter. You’ll feel at home in sky-high stilettos and anything sequined, sipping on Pommery Champagne in one of the 26 VIP booths, or the ultra-sexy Cheetah Lounge. The crowd is a mix of see-and-be seen expats, young businessmen, and hip-hop loving Chinese. French DeeJay Keza has a loyal following for pumping up the volume and mixing Old Skool grooves. It also flies in Hip Hop superstars like DJ Whoo Kid, the official DJ of G-Unit who has worked for everyone from 50 Cent to Lil’ Kim and Jay-Z. And don’t worry, the bouncers’ bark is worse than their bite.