Hip Hop invaded the ATL starting this past Wednesday in the form of the A3C Festival. Hip Hop lovers, CEO’s, music industry tastemakers, and aspiring artists ascended on ATL like 2-pac and Biggie were being resurrected. Last night Ghostface Killah gave the crowd some of that classic WuTang Clan flavor and there are many more performances, panels, and seminars to come. The city of Atlanta is buzzing right now and everyone is excited about the Block Party this upcoming Sunday featuring Questlove of The Roots on the one’s and two’s.
A3C a.k.a, All 3 Coasts is one of the largest hip-hop festivals in the US and takes place annually in Atlanta, GA. Now in its 9th year, A3C has grown from a local hip-hop showcase to an international festival, and incomparable cultural experience, including: Music, Art, Film, Style, Education, Pro-Audio and More. A3C takes place over 5 days in October, at dozens of venues centrally located throughout four closely connected, high traffic, cultural hubs in Atlanta: Old 4thWard, Little 5 Points, Downtown and East Atlanta Village.
Some of this years performers include, Ghostface Killah, Questlove, Bun B, Too Short, ScHoolboy Q, A$AP Ferg, Talib Kweli, Meek Mill, DJ Premier, 9th Wonder, Young Guru, 2 Chainz, Rich Homie Quan, Pharoahe Monch, Madlib, Aesop Rock w/ Rob Sonic & DJ Big Wiz Jarren Benton, and Jean Grae.
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