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As the crowd enjoyed performances from BMI‘s talented independent artists, much of the crowd was waiting on clouds for the New Orleans rapper to take the stage. Curren$y, who has always moved on his own time, has a large underground following in Atlanta, that packed out King Plow’s Terminal West building. Once Curren$y arrived, all eyes were on him.
Before the main event, we had a chance to see a few of our favorite entertainment influencers on the scene. Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘s, Joseline Hernadez and super producer Stevie J, joined Karen Civil and DJ Greg Street to give critique to the BMI performers. Songwriters Sean Garrett and JC mingled in VIP. Amber Grimes and Clay West hung out with their crew as Amber showed off her new Reebok sneakers.
Take a look at who else was spotted on the scene.