DJs got some shine at the 2015 Global Spin Awards in New York on Tuesday (Nov. 17), but the real fun began at Stage 48. Coors Light brought Fabolous and DJ Mustard to take part in Soundtrack reFRESH, the official after party for the Global Spin Awards.

Over 500 people packed into Stage 48 to jam out to songs like Travi$ Scott's "Antidote," which was played by DJ Norie. "Turn up, turn up, turn up," he prompted.

DJ Dummy, DJ Infamous, DJ Sean Mac, DJ Quicksilva and DJ E Feezy -- all part of the Coors Light DJ collective -- were just some of the DJs nominated for a Global Spin Award.

"I like Coors Light. They're giving the DJ a opportunity to spread their wings out a little bit," DJ Infamous told The Boombox. "It's definitely an honor and it's fun -- they provide all the Coors Light you can drink." Ludacris, Jeezy, 2Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign and Yo Gotti are just some of the big names to be featured on his forthcoming effort, Talk to Me, which is dropping in 2016.

And while the honorary DJs indulged in the free booze, DJ Mustard hit the 1s and 2s -- a few minutes shy of midnight -- to rock the crowd with songs that carry his knocking beats like Tyga's "Rack City," 2Chainz's "I'm Different" and Jeezy's "R.I.P." The Roc Nation signee also made sure to show some love to his label by playing hits like Jay Z's "I Just Wanna Love U (Give it to Me)" during his 30-minute set.

But that wasn't all he had up his sleeve as foam flurries continuously fell on the crowd. Mustard surprised those in attendance when he brought out Ty Dolla $ign to perform "Blase" and A$AP Ferg for "Shabba Ranks."

And just as the crowd was in full turn-up mode, it was time for DJ Quicksilva to get on the turntables to host the event. Quicksilva held the crowd down by spinning hits and bringing out Mack Wilds to perform "Henny" as well as Uncle Murda for "Right Now."

"DJs make our music play so it's like you gotta show love," Mack Wilds told The Boombox.

Then, about an hour-and-a-half into his birthday, Fabolous took the stage. Decked out in his signature sports teams jacket -- this time he was repping the New York Giants -- the rapper made it clear that he was performing for two sets of people: the ladies and his "day ones."

He started off with the banger, "Lituation," and noticed that the majority of the crowd was singing back to him word-for-word. "I see we got some day ones," he said before adding that he wanted to put the ladies to the test.

Fab breezed through a medley of songs like "Into You," "Make Me Better," "She Wildin" and "You Be Killin' Em" which had all the women in the place in awe as they took a trip down memory lane. And as he asked "Do my ladies run this mothaf---er?" he was met with a chorus of "Hell yeah." The crowd was brought back together with "Young'n (Holla Back)" and "Can't Deny It."

Afterwards, he let some of the newer cats get some shine. His fellow Brooklyn native Troy Ave and Miami's own Zoey Dollaz graced the stage as Fabolous stepped back. And then it was a wrap.

Check out some footage from the show below.

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