UNDERGROUND REPORT will make its ATL debut this week, with a headlining performance by Atlanta-based Hip Hop Collective Two-9.
Kirby Maurier, Saykoo + Xali will represent for Miami at the show – we’d love for you to post!
Taking place during A3C & BET Weekend 2015, the show is this Friday, October 9th, at The Gallery EAV, (490 Flat Shoals Ave, SE, 30316). Doors open at 6pm. Entry is 18+.
Live performances will also include sets by:
TRAP clothing creator Zeus TRAPPIN
ReeMarkable, daughter of Straight Outta Compton ringleader Eazy E
New Orleans Songstress Ms. Charm Taylor
UNDERGROUND REPORT creator and CEO of Creative Society, MORGAN, who will open the stage for Two-9
Live Painting by J. LEUNAMMé, Mike Roy, Taron “VA” Everett + Nate Greyski.
Happy Juice OPEN BAR + Food by 95th Street Tacos.
The show will be hosted by FLOCKALAND, Stay (+) clothing creator and Atlanta socialite, and STEFisDOPE of DOPE SINCE ’88. Sound will be handled by Fleet DJ and Leakes Entertainment Affiliate DJ FDS, with a special guest set by one of the top female DJ’s in the A, DJ Reese.
… but you know their not done yet 🙂 With only 3 weeks away from the 11th annual A3C Festival & Conference! The third and final artist and speaker announcement featuring: 2 Chainz, Boosie BadAzz, Ryan leslie, Shanti Das, Maino, Dungeon Family (Big Gipp, Cool Breeze, Backbone), DJ Scream, Coach K, Crooked I, Kyambo “Hip-Hop” Joshua, OG Maco, Key!, Sacha Jenkins, FRKO, Sir Michael Rocks, Zaytoven, Kenny Burns, TM88, Brandon “Jinx” Jenkins, Organized Noize (Ray Murray, Rico Wade & Sleepy Brown), Kap G, Young Dolph, Travis Porter, Cap 1, Short Dawg and Skooly.
The second of three installments of A3C artists and speakers to participate at this years events, include: Taylor Gang & Wiz Khalifa, Pete Rock, Jungle Brothers, Beanie Sigel, Peter Rosenberg & Cipha Sounds, Joe Budden, Awful Records & Father, Marc Lamont Hill, Karen Civil, Combat Jack, Sonny Digital, Sha Money XL, Tha Alkaholiks, Scotty ATL, Johnny Cinco, Tsu Surf, Silkk The Shocker, Mike Zombie, DC Young Fly & Stic of Dead Prez.
They will be joining our friends from our first announcement: De La Soul, Rakim, Cam’ron, Dame Dash, Just Blaze, Jet Life & Curren$y, Jean Grae, Cyhi the Prynce, Pharoahe Monch, Soulection, Kool Keith, PNB Rock & The Difference Machine.
The third and final announcement will drop in September. We still have dozens of events and hundreds of artists and speakers to announce, so stay tuned!
2015 A3C Line-Up & Schedule will be dropping in the next couple days so you can create your own personal A3C schedule and start planning for an amazing week! 2015 A3C App will be launching this month for iPhone & Android!
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When I was in Atlanta for A3C this October I gained light to a few artists that all making some impressive moves. One of those artists was Que, the artist that created “OG Bobby Johnson”, he is back with his latest song “Time”. He speaks about not wasting time on meaningless sex, selling drugs in small amounts (nickels and dimes) and other time wasting activities. The Sonny Digital produced song has a super catchy hook with a mean southern style beat. This is a good follow up song and also has single potential it’s own way. After releasing this song it was also announced that Que just signed a distribution deal with Atlantic Records so congratulations to him on the deal as well. Check out “Time” below and leave some feedback.
The 9th Annual All 3 Coast (A3C) Hip-Hop Festival went on in Atlanta, GA from October 2nd to October 6th and was superb to say the least. The festival was attended by 1000s of hip-hop artists, bloggers, photographers, videographers, clothing designers, film directors, executives and hip-hop fans. The events took place all over Atlanta, Ga from Little 5 Points to the Old 4th Ward. Multiple major label and independent artists were able to showcase their talents in the multiple venues set up through out the city. I was able to catch some of my favorites like Talib Kweli and Schoolboy Q as well up and comers like Que and Miloh Smith. Along all of the shows, there were also multiple panels and workshops for A3C participants to learn about everything from booking shows to getting paid for song placements in video games. There were numerous opportunities to network and connect with people that you may not have at your disposal on a daily basis. Overall the experience was tremendous both from and artist and blogger aspect and is a trip that I would recommend every artist take at least once.