The rapper turned 25 last night and was celebrating the special day at the 'Beats by Dre present Demonstration of Sound' launch party for his new album 'Demonstration' at DSTRKT, in London.
'Read All About it' singer Emeli took to the stage and surprised Tinie with a soulful rendition of 'Happy Birthday' and the pair shared a hug before a bevy of scantily clad beauties presented the rapper with 2,500 red roses - 100 for every year of his life - to commemorate the landmark birthday.
The 'Trampoline' rapper and his entourage guzzled bottles of champagne in the private V.I.P area of the party where he was joined by a host of celebrity pals including Little Mix, Labrinth, Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, Jessie J and Wretch 32.
Guests at the lavish bash - which was in conjunction with Beats by Dre - were treated to free cocktails all evening and a live show from Tinie, who performed tracks from his new album in addition to hits such as 'Earthquake'.
Speaking at the event, Tinie said: ''I'm so happy to celebrate my new album with Beats by Dre. 'Demonstration' is the result of over two years hard work with so many amazing collaborators and producers. The original Beats Studio headphones played a key part in listening back to tracks and making sure mixes were perfect. Hearing it now through a pair of new Beats Studio is a quality listening experience. The sound is incredible. It was a double celebration for me as it was also my 25th birthday and celebrating with Beats by Dr. Dre; what more could you ask for!''
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