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Much like the American college athletic Southeastern Conference located primarily in the Southeastern part of the United States and headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. The SEC (Southeastern Concerts) Hip Hop concept was birthed with the same ideal. The intent of this concert series (SEC Hip Hop) is to rebuild and expose some of the hottest artist and entertainers in Southern Hip Hop thereby promoting and encouraging Southeastern unity. Southern hospitality and unity amongst many artist has been the key to keeping southern Hip Hop on top and where it is today. With the success and huge response from the Mississippi supporters, fans and artist for SipLanta who traveled all the way to Atlanta just to support and be a part of the show, it seemed only right to create the “SEC Hip Hop Series”.
A3C HIP HOP FESTIVAL EDITION
A3C Hip Hop festival did it again this year in the ATL!!! Mixtapeatlas.com was hands on introducing their SEC Hip Hop stage featuring Florida’s BLOW, Louisiana’s 9th Ward Gucci, ATL’s Edubb and Lil Scrappy, Alabama’s Jackie Chain and the list goes on.
Mixtapeatlas.com opened the doors greeting their media, entertainers, and sponsors for red carpet picture opportunities, complimentary drinks from their sponsors, mixing and mingling and of course gift bags and giveaways.
As the night progressed DDB’s Grady the Great and Bags out of Atlanta brought their energy as they blessed the stage, as did Kris J, Rico, Fatt Bax, French Montana’s artist Chinx Drugs, Grammy award nominated producer Clemm Rishad, straight out of the N.O. 9th Ward Gucci and so many more.
As the show changed gears thus did the Deejays, hosts, and camera men. Many Deejays such as Streetz 94.5 Dj Blak and Cool Club’s Dj Mike Mars were running all over the city from stage to stage and the artist and media were no different. A3C was live and in full effect.
Many whispers in the crowd noticed and acknowledged there was just as much media as it was artist and spectators looking on and partying as none of us could help it as the live band TheMvment took the stage and set a tone hard for anyone to follow they performed and rocked so hard people were begging them to continue. As Mr. Black took the stage he was already a show stopper but then brought on the Shop Boyz as a featured guest on one of his projects of course they had to “Party like Rock star” for a minute but surprisingly the show was still not over it was only getting bigger. Blow took the stage with his electric performance he made sure people knew or asked about him if they didn’t know him before A3C.
As Lil Scrappy made his way in the door his artist Rolls Royce Rizzy was gearing up to take on the stage and that he did with his hot new single “Gah Damn” the crowd was ready but not for what they thought. Scrappy grabbed the mic and took us all way back as he was backed by Mr King of Crunk himself Bishop. Scrappy brought out Crime Mobs “Princess” as he killed “Knuck if You buck” and other classics. And it still wasn’t over Edubb took us down their acclaimed rabbit hole as the rocked their Facebook anthem single “Social Network” as they brought out ATL’s own Kilo Ali for the “Rain Boots and a Thong Remix” whew if that’s not enough to have you tired and sweating well good because Jackie Chain and his balled up energy took the stage next and closed out the show. Whew and I don’t know how Mixtapeatlas.com.com/SEC Concerts does it but I have a great ideal wink. Stay tuned for the next show November 22, 2013……..
As usual, SEC never disappoints with their high impact, continuously entertaining, and energetic show with an over abundance of real lyrical Hip Hop entertainment and talent. Each performance had everyone anticipating for the next. SEC always brings forth the most cultural, unexpected acts, performances, and originality to the Hip Hop scene. Even on a night when Juicy J, J. Cole, and Kelly Rowland were in town, SEC still packed the house. SEC is definitely a company to stay in tune with and catch their next events and/or shows
Hands down 2013 just got kicked off to a really amazing starting! The Bamalanta “Sec Hip Hop Series” concert was “Off The Chain” (We’re not sure if that phrase is even still in style) [Laughs]. Either way that’s the only phrase that can explain this concert. We watched some of the most astounding artist do their thing. For us when artist hit the stage and leave their hearts on it simply gives us chills. The energy was great, venue was perfect, and the hip hop was in the air. You had Jackie Chain, Translee, KD, 38 HOTT, ATTITUDE, TOM P, E DUBB, Runway Richy, Hot Rod, and Bamn show us hip hop never left. Check out some of the grand picture moments from the (SEC Hip Hop Series)! -
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