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When it comes to hip-hop, there is no sound as ubiquitous as trap music. From the bass-heavy synths and 808s to the lyrical depictions of hustling, the sub-genre has evolved as have its contributors. He celebrates ‘Trap Muzik’ 15th year anniversary at “The Rose Bar” in Atlanta.
Ti was the official host of V103’s Car and Bike Show this year. This couldn’t be the best time to let everyone know who is he is, and why he’s the King of the South. Watch the video here.
- This week in Atlanta Mali Hunter hosted one of her world famous dinners at the studio with J. Prince as guest of honor. At each famous dinner she blesses everyone with her phenomenal mac and cheese along with a lot of tasty entrees. The spirits sponsor was Courvoisier and there were beautiful cocktail waitresses serving the crowd while James Prince did a Q & A moderated by former Ozone publisher Julia Beverly. READ MORE
Check out the epic Aquarius Season Birthday Triple OG, Bigboi, Clay Evans and Crystal Betts, hosted by Lil Duval at O2 Lounge!
Last night, Zaytoven, Cap 1, and Verse Simmons celebrated their birthdays! Amongst the crowd was none other than, TIP, YFN Lucci, Raheem Devaughn, and more just to name a few. The event was executed by Mr. Plush, Musicbusinesspolitics, and TJ Making Moves! See pics below!
This past week, Tip “T.I.” Harris and Hustle Gang hosted their annual Holiday Hustle Party powered by Martell Cognac and Hendricks Gin.
Grand Hustle Artists, T.I., Tokyo Jetz, Translee, Yung Booke, Brandon Rossi, 5ive Mics, GFMBRYYCE and staff, influencers, family & friends came to The Gathering Spot, Atlanta’s premiere members-only Club, to celebrate the upcoming Holidays. Guests dressed up in festive attire and enjoyed soul food, complimentary cocktails and music by DJ Reese. Guests danced the night away as they sipped special crafted holiday cocktails. This event is held annually to thank everyone responsible for helping Grand Hustle grow.
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President Barack Obama’s second term in office will officially come to an end on January 20th, leaving many Americans using this time to reflect on the impact of his work done during his eight years. Having emerged as an outspoken opponent to social injustice, veteran MC T.I. wrote a lengthy letter published in the New York Times in which he thanks President Obama for working to bring about change, one of the key components of his first campaign, and reminds his fellow Americans of their duty to continue to fight as the nation’s 44th leader steps aside.