We're hosting an intimate conversation with Goodie Mob, one of Atlanta’s most iconic hip-hop groups. A3C is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Goodie Mob’s critically acclaimed album, Still Standing, with a Keynote Conversation featuring Goodie Mob’s Cee-Lo Green, Khujo, T-Mo & Big Gipp and Brandon 'Jinx' Jenkins (of Complex). Still Standing is a socially conscious that feels somewhat prophetic. The album addressed racism, gentrification and corrupt police.
“We are very honored to be apart of A3C this year. As we are also celebrating the 20th anniversary of our album ‘Still Standing’ we look forward to come out celebrate, educate and motivate with everyone! See you in October!” - Goodie Mob
8Ball & MJG (Artists), Brandon 'Jinx' Jenkins (Complex & Tidal, On-Air Host/Producer/Writer/DJ), Cole Bennett (Lyrical Lemonade, Founder), Cortez Bryant (Maverick, Manager), Ethiopia Habtemariam (Motown Records, President), Fadia Kader (Instagram, Music Partnerships), Goodie Mob (Artists), J. Prince (Rap-A-Lot Records, CEO), RZA (Producer/Director/Writer), Rob Stone (Cornerstone, Founder & Co-CEO + The FADER, Co-Founder) Rodney Carmichael (NPR, Hip-Hop Journalist), Sonny Digital (Producer) Steve Stoute (United Masters + Translation, Founder and CEO), Zaytoven (Producer)
The A3C Conference hosts dozens of panels, workshops and mentor sessions with hundreds of thought-leaders and industry experts in Atlanta between October 3-5, 2018. 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.
More music is consumed today than ever before, and hip-hop is the most streamed, watched and influential genre. Atlanta is today’s undisputed hip-hop capital and the A3C Conference is the annual gathering for the most influential artists, executives, entrepreneurs and future leaders of the culture.
A3C Conference takes place between October 3-5, 2018 at three facilities in downtown Atlanta.
- The Conference Center (Loudermilk Center)
The Conference Center is the epicenter of the A3C conference. The facility ensures artists, producers, entrepreneurs and the music industry at-large are able to network and gain invaluable experiences and useful information.
- Action Summit for Social Justice (Auburn Ave Research Library)
Action Summit for Social Justice invites activists, academics, and artists to connect, discuss and address social justice challenges.
- Creator Complex (Georgia State University's Creative Media Industries Institute)
The Creator Complex will connect artists and producers with creative professionals to create valuable digital assets for free. Artists and producers will be able to get a headshot, master music, make beats, record music, write a bio, develop a website, design a logo, record a podcast and more.
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. The 14th annual A3C Festival & Conference is in Atlanta between October 3-7, 2018 and aims to educate and empower the artists, entrepreneurs, and creatives that shape hip-hop culture.
The A3C Festival is a 2-day hip-hop festival in downtown Atlanta at the GA Freight Depot from Sat, Oct 6 - Sun, Oct 7. The A3C Festival features 3 stages with dozens of performances, food trucks, live art and much more. It's a breeding ground for the next generation of stars while honoring the legends and trailblazers of hip-hop.
The A3C Conference is the premier event to network and learn from the innovators, entrepreneurs and music makers that shape hip-hop music and culture. Over the 3-days in Atlanta between Wed, Oct 3 - Fri, Oct 5 A3C hosts dozens of panels, workshops, mixers, mentor sessions and interviews with hundreds of tastemakers, thought-leaders and industry experts.