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6 dope new hip-hop artists. Who do you want to see LIVE at #A3C19?

The Blog Team
Posted by The Blog Team on Jun 17

We've been breaking artists since '05, and are always looking for the best up-and-coming MCs to showcase at A3C Festival & Conference. We listen to hundreds of hip-hop artists each week looking for talented indie artists from around the world. 


Every Monday we select 6 of our favorite MCs and ask the hip-hop community to vote for their favorite. The top 2 vote-getting artists are invited to perform at 2018 A3C Festival & Conference.

Voting starts today and ends on Friday at 11pm EST. You can vote once a day.

If you are an artist and would like an opportunity to perform at the 2019 A3C Festival & Conference, you can submit today. Over 5,000 artists have performed on our stages including: A$AP Rocky, Action Bronson, J.I.D, Lil Pump, Danny Brown, G-Eazy, J.Cole, Lil Uzi Vert, Schoolboy Q, Ty Dolla $ign, Dave East, Vince Staples, 21 Savage, Rich The Kid, Wiz Khalifa, Rapsody, Young Thug and thousands more.

Artist & Speaker Submissions

We review hundreds of artists each week (submission info) and pick 6 of our favorite artists... but we want the final decision to up to the fans.  Come back each Monday and discover 6 dope underground hip-hop artists from across the world.

You can vote for your favorite artist every day. The two artists with the most votes will be invited to perform at #A3C19 in Atlanta! Voting ends on Friday at 11pm EST.  

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Get to know this week’s 6 New artists and vote for your favorite:

  • Djeli Tigre - Cleveland, OH 

  • Eno Nozirah - Philadelphia, PA
  • Montythehokage - Fayettville, NC
  • Ohzhe - Albany, NY

  • Scott Onu - Atlanta, GA 


Djeli Tigre- (@djelitigre)

Djeli (Jaye - Lee) is a captivating Music Performer with high energy and a VARIETY of Performing Abilities spanning across various genres, such as Soca (Caribbean), Dancehall (Caribbean), Afrobeat, Japanese Rap/R&B, and Trap Music. Wanting to be a singer as a Child, he looked up to Artist's like Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, and Usher, to name a few. He eventually found his way into Rapping, as Hussle Man J. LiNQ. Throughout his pursuit of a Rap career, his family began working on a Family Tree. Once he found out that he had Caribbean Heritage, he began to immerse himself into Caribbean Culture. Now, his plan and desire is to bring a little known genre of Caribbean Music called Soca to the Universe through his own unique way, as Djeli Tigre. Take just one listen to his music and you'll instantly become a supporter! Go ahead. Take a Listen or Watch a Performance! Bless!

Click HERE to vote!

Eno Nozirah- (@enonoziroh)

As a poet and rapper Eno delivers music that has a message in a refreshing and diverse fashion. As a rapper Eno's lyricism is impeccable. Making sure to keep the attention of any who listens as he shifts and dips between flows without missing a beat. As an artist Eno
stays creative in his wordplay, rhyme scheme and perspective.

His first Official Mixtape titled, "Crash Dummies" dropped 5/25/2014 and was met with nothing but high praise from his peers but it was his first album that dropped the following year that caught the attention of some of hip-hops heavy hitters,

"The name Eno Noziroh is not one many are familiar with yet, but trust, by the end of the year, he will become a household name."


 Click HERE to vote!

Montythehokage- (@Montythehokage)

Based out of North Carolina, MontytheHokage (ho-ka-ge) is a new take on a melting pot rapper from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He began his career in 2018 as someone trying to bring some light into being young and, share a positive and encouraging message. Hoping to help change our generation one song at a time.


Click HERE to vote!


Ohzhe- (@Ohzhe)

Ohzhe is a 25-year-old hip-hop from Upstate NY. Who Thrives off of his duality as an artist and a motivator, expressing his everyday experiences of hardships and triumphs in his city into relatable lyrics and harmonious flows.



Click HERE to vote!


Scott Onu - (@scottonu)

The goal is to generate this generation to a gentler approach repeal the negatives and write in positives. Less degrades and more accolades...dasit

Click HERE to vote!


A3C is a music, tech & culture festival and conference with over 30,000 attendees. Founded in 2005, A3C has grown from a local hip-hop showcase to become one of the most important events of the year. We connect, educate and inspire the artists, entrepreneurs and creatives that shape culture.

The A3C Festival (Oct 8-13) is a series of unforgettable concerts and experiences celebrating hip-hop's past, present and future at premier venues across Atlanta. The events highlight different elements of hip-hop culture and feature hundreds of artists, producers, DJs and creatives from around the world. Venues and schedule of events to be announced.

The A3C Conference (Oct 10-12) includes keynotes, panels, workshops, mixers and sessions featuring hundreds of innovators and thought-leaders.

Conference Tracks: Music, Tech, Social Justice, Film/TV, Marketing, Branding, Podcast, Content Creators, Style, Gaming and more.

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