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The “Hotties” came out in droves and ready to twerk. Hotties — the name Megan Thee Stallion calls her fanbase — is a term for the “hot boys” and “hot girls” all over the country who love and support Thee Stallion. More than 1,000 hotties turned out for the sold-out All Women Hip-Hop concert on…

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On Feb. 25, Atlanta’s creative elites gathered in southwest Atlanta to attend Level Up Atlanta’s Connecting The Dots, featuring OG Parker’s manager and Mogul Mentality founder Malita Rice, aka Malita The Mogul. Prior to the conversation, guests mixed and mingled to the sounds of DJ John J while sipping on complimentary drinks. Moderated by A3C Editor-in-Chief Ashley…

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Just because the season has changed, doesn’t mean music festival season has ended. As the leaves turn and nights get chillier, music fans get ready for some of the hottest music festivals to attend. Check out our top five upcoming music festivals that we deem “must-attend” events.   A3C Music Festival, Atlanta, Georgia, October 4-8:…

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1996 was a major year in hip-hop. 2 Pac released two masterpieces, All Eyes on Me and The Don Killuminati, before his untimely death; OutKast released their futuristic sophomore album ATLiens; Jay Z released his classic debut Reasonable Doubt; Nas released his sophomore hit It Was Written. Bone Thugs n Harmony and Too Short also…

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Monday, Sept. 28 marked a momentous new beginning for the city of Atlanta and A3C Festival & Conference. A3C Festival & Conference and Atlanta Streetcar hosted a private event at Noni’s Bar & Deli to celebrate their revolutionary partnership and the official kickoff for the 2015 A3C Festival. Special guests included Councilman Kwanza Hall, A3C…

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Let’s get social! To enter, complete the entry form below AND like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter then share your favorite A3C moment or who you’re excited to see using the hashtags #A3C and #iamrollingout. The A3C Festival & Conference is celebrating their 11 year anniversary with hundreds more performers and speakers to be announced. A3C…

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The 11th annual A3C Festival & Conference, affectionately known as “Hip-Hop’s Annual Pilgrimage,” will take place Oct. 7–11, 2015, in Atlanta’s eclectic Old 4th Ward, near Edgewood Avenue and in East Atlanta Village. A3C organizers announce the first, of three, installments of artists and speakers to participate at this years events. The internationally recognized five-day festival…

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A3C [All Three Coasts] is a hip-hop institution and annual gathering of like-minded individuals that happens in Atlanta. The event has grown organically through word-of-mouth and the love of the hip-hop community. A3C’s 10th birthday was celebrated Oct 8-12, 2014 with hip-hop fans from around the world. The 2014 featured artists include Black Thought, 2…

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The Heineken Mural Project photos On Saturday, Oct. 5, Atlanta was treated to a multisensory experience that incorporated art, music and ale. During the city’s fourth annual Flux Night that included projections, dance, performances, music, sound, light installations, and a gaggle of street artists who were tasked with the mission to interpret Heineken’s “Open Your World” message and…

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      The iStandard Producer Showcase brought 15 of the Dirty South’s dopest new producers and showcased their tracks in front of an esteemed industry panel for a chance at a little shine, great prizes, and tremendous opportunities. R&B sensation Myko, Big Rec, and June Summers took the stage throughout the night. At the head of…

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The Hip Hop consumer is starving for something fresh and culturally stimulating.   Enter this:  a growing genre that’s vibrant and educational in a world of influences, nuances and subtleties with one thing in common —  a love and passion for Hip Hop which exudes throughout.  The Intl Hip Hop Movement is a growing force and slowly…

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