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A3C Brings Underground Hip Hop Fans to Atlanta Scene

Lauren Martinez
Posted by Lauren Martinez on Sep 30


Photo Credit: Eric for A3C Media Services

The Warehouse in Downtown Atlanta was filled with nothing but good vibes last night.

A plethora of performers and music fans from across the country gathered in the venue’s outdoor space, appreciating the “underground sound”

Underground rap is a genre that’s slowly becoming more prevalent in today’s Hip Hop. There’s something special about discovering the undiscovered--or getting a glimpse of a future platinum-selling artist performing live for the first time.

The grassroots ambiance of A3C’s showcases gives you a care-free experience. Performers such as Mother Nature, a female duo from Chi-town, had the crowd chanting “peace and love” during their fun and soulful set. Their music overall was a breath of positivity.

Reej Bawstin performing live

Photo Credit: Eric for A3C Media Services

Another notable act was Reej Bawstin, a Boston native dressed in pink merch who rhymed for his girlfriend in the front row. Bawstin’s stage presence came across as fun, outgoing and comfortable.

The crowd favorite goes to King Draft, a lyrical beast from Plainfield, New Jersey. Shortly, after promoting his EP ‘Live Forever’ The young MC captivated attendees with bars to meditate on.


Photo Credit: Eric for A3C Media Services

Nearly closing the show, was the most energetic act of the night, Daz Rinko. The 21-year old traveled 6 hours from Memphis to Atlanta--but to him it was definitely worth it. Daz jumped around the concrete stage performing a mixture of  hip hop, pop, and a bit of funk.

Be sure to catch tons of other dope shows throughout this year’s A3C Festival & Conference by visting a3c.com/schedule/shows.




Lauren Martinez

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