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Get ready for ATL's Own: June Edition

Posted by Marcus Griffin on Jun 8
Atlanta is ground zero for hip-hop, and we want to give artists at every level the opportunity to advance their career and break through. If you live in Atlanta area and want to get on, ATL's Own is built for you. We saw some great talent at the last show, but in the end only two artists came out on top. Each month A3C selects a different curator in ATL to help select the artists and judges. 
 
This year, we're partnering with Zumiez to help push this campaign. Zumiez is excited to support A3C and ATL’s Own as an outlet for creative endeavors and emerging artists within our community. 
 
A3C has been at the forefront helping break talent since 2005 and we want to continue that legacy by using our platform to create opportunities from up-and-coming artists.For more info on the next ATL's Own showcase, see the description below & we hope to see you there!

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Battle of the MCs - ATLs Own-2

Thursday, June 21st 7:00pm - 11pm

@ The Music Room

327 Edgewood Ave

Atlanta, GA 30312

Free w/ RSVP or $10 At-Door

Sounds by DJ King ?ron

Hosted by Anisa Brenee'

Performances by

  • Izze Williams
  • Da Kidd Half
  • Keenon Rush
  • Davante Liv3
  • Stray Anthony
  • HQ Jonez
  • Afro Pluto (Sonicbids Selection)
  • Cam The Artisan (Sonicbids Selection)

 

Judges

A3C staff & 3 Little Digs staff

 

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A3C educates and empowers the artists, entrepreneurs, and creatives that shape hip-hop culture. Founded in 2005, the A3C Festival & Conference has grown from a local showcase to become one of the most important hip-hop events of the year, which is commonly referred to as “Hip-Hop’s Family Reunion." All 3 Coasts (A3C) gather annually in Atlanta to connect, create and build together.

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The A3C Conference is the best event to network and learn from the innovators, entrepreneurs and music makers that shape hip-hop music and culture. Over the 3-days A3C hosts dozens of panels, workshops, mixers, mentor sessions and interviews with hundreds of tastemakers, thought-leaders and industry experts.

If you or any other artists would like to be considered to perform on ATL's Own or at A3C18, please submit here: http://www.a3cfestival.com/perform
Marcus Griffin

Written by Marcus Griffin

Marcus is a vibe curator, a GSU Alumni and an A&R for A3C.

Topics: Artist Advice, Opportunities, ATL's Own,

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