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E-40 treats the city of Atlanta to concert spanning 3 eras of hits

With that, the stage was set and the living legend entered to a thunderous ovation, appropriately beginning the set with the classic “Yay Area.”

The night with the business and entertainment mogul continued as the crowd rapped and sang along to timeless hits such as “Sprinkle Me,” “White Girl,” “Muscle Cars” and “Captain Save A Hoe,” all of which moved Memphis, Tennessee rapper, actor Kia Shine to share: “I don’t come out unless it’s for the big hitters.”

When he wasn’t reminding the audience of his bottomless list of universal chart-toppers, the Hillside bred game spitter broke out the southern-inspired mainstream hits — most of which are tied to producers and artists with Atlanta roots — “Tell Me When To Go,” “U and Dat” (ft. T. Pain and Kandi Girl) and “Snap Yo Fingers,” among others.

Before exiting stage right, 40 shifted eras once again, covering more recent titles “I Don’t Give A F— About You,” “Chase The Money,” (ft. Quavo, Roddy Ricch, A$AP Ferg and ScHoolboy Q) and “Choices.”


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