Idris Elba “throws everything” into his music.

Idris Elba at the Grey Goose Altius party

Idris Elba at the Grey Goose Altius party

The ‘Luther’ actor is also a keen DJ and musician, and he spends hours “fine tuning” his tracks to get them right, which he showed off in Ibiza over the weekend at a star-studded party.

Idris entertained guests including Leomie Anderson, Amy Jackson and his wife Sabrina at the official Grey Goose Altius launch party at a private villa at the hills of Cap Martinet, Ibiza.

He said: “I throw everything into my music, refining it and fine tuning it, until it hits right. That’s the same vibe I get with Grey Goose Altius.

“The dedication, the attention to detail —it's about the craft in every drop, which is exactly what you want, when you're celebrating something real.”

The party also included sets from Ibizan DJ resident, Doorly, Rudimental’s King Crowney, as well as DJ Aniurks, while guests were among the first to try the Grey Goose Altius before heading to an after party at luxury nightspot Club Chinois, where the drinks brand hosted the VIP area.

Idris famously DJed at the wedding reception of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and he previously revealed the former actress showed off her moves on the dancefloor.

Speaking to ‘Entertainment Tonight’, he said: “You know what? I was so nervous."

Asked who the best dancer was, he replied: “I think Meghan was the one that was really like letting it go. You know, she was real… She just had a lot of fun. It was her wedding. So she had the greatest time.”

At the time, the 51-year-old star joked he had to offer his services in lieu of handing over a present to Prince Harry and his wife Meghan because he "couldn't afford anything".

Asked if he ever got paid for the gig, he said during an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': "No! No, but it was my gift to my friends. I can't afford anything [so I said] 'Can I just DJ?!'...

"Weddings are great and I hadn't DJ a wedding for a long time and that was fun. I was having a great time."

And it seems the 'Molly's Game' actor had to stick to a strict playlist.

Asked if he played anything by Queen to get Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, on the dancefloor, he said: "It wasn't on the playlist. I played some Dr. Dre."

Grey Goose Altius available exclusively in the world’s best bars, nightclubs and restaurants in 700ml and 1.75l with pricing at the discretion of the venue.

It is available in European hotspots including Mykonos, Saint Tropez and Porto Cervo now ahead of debuting in London, Paris and the USA this Autumn.