Best Clubs in Vegas for Hip Hop Music

Even with EDM music at Vegas nightclubs, Hip Hop is growing in popularity. Still, there are very few clubs that regularly play Hip Hop, Every club has its own DJs and live performances, so make sure you choose the right one. These are the top hip-hop clubs to party at in Las Vegas.

Drai’s Nightclub

Drai’s Nightclub, located in the Cromwell Hotel is one of Desert Drip’s marquee locations. This party spot, lives up to its reputation. This is largely because both the indoor and outdoor venues have good lighting. Drai’s Las Vegas has three venues for party goers: nightclub, beachclub, and the ultimate late-night after-hours club. Drai’s Nightclub promises an unforgettable party experience.

Drai’s Nightclub in Las Vegas is one of the most popular hip-hop clubs – a huge 30,000 square feet venue with a rooftop with seven pools. It is a must-see for anyone who wants to enjoy a summer sunbathing under the luxury cabanas or bungalows, surrounded by live music from your favorite hip hop artists.

Drai’s has the most expensive bottle service of any of the Las Vegas hip-hop clubs. Chateau Nightclub and Tao Nightclub have the most affordable VIP table service.

Tao Nightclub

Although Tao Las Vegas may be one of the smaller clubs in Vegas, it isn’t a club that’s not wild. The club’s small size allows for more intimacy, where you can literally reach out to touch the DJ on the dance floor.

Although the DJs aren’t well-known at this club they still produce great music. The DJs play both Hip Hop music and EDM, which is usually split into two rooms. The Opium Room, which is more hip-hop-oriented, is similar to the Ling Ling Lounge and it’s one the most convenient places to get a drink at a bar in Vegas.

Chateau Nightclub

Chateau is another Vegas hip-hop club. Chateau is located in the Paris hotel, directly beneath the Eiffel tower. It offers a stunning view of the Bellagio fountains.

Only Drai’s and a few other Las Vegas hip-hop clubs can boast views. Chateau has one of the best views on the Strip, and it also has the most interaction with the crowd.

Chateau Las Vegas plays almost exclusively Hip Hop music. If you love dancing, there is plenty of space on the dance floor. There are very few dance clubs in Vegas.