If you missed out this weekend on the Hip Hop Weekly Sound-stage, you can only be mad at yourself.
Hip Hop Weekly Teams Up With Atlanta’s #1 Hip Hop Station Hot 107.9 and Armadale vodka For the 2nd Annual Hip Hop Weekly Sound-stage & Interview Suite Live-stream Broadcast
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Atlanta, GA braced itself for one of the largest urban event gatherings of the year with the 11th Annual A3C Conference & 10th Annual BET Hip Hop Awards this past weekend. And as such Hip Hop Weekly, Hot107.9 and Atlanta Media Partners kicked off the weekend hosting a who’s who in music, tv, film and fashion at its 2nd Annual Livestream Soundstage & Interview Suite. Lil Scrappy, Snootie Wild, Bill Bellamy, Redman, Trae The Truth, Zaytoven, Sean “The Pen” Garrett, OJ Da Juiceman, Kirk Frost, Yung Joc, Jagged Edge, Mama Cash, Deb Antney, Hot Boy Turk and more hit the red carpet and interview lounge to speak with Hip Hop Weekly hosts DJ Waffles, Neffe (“Keyshia Cole All In”) and Erica Pinkett (“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”). The Legendary hip hop DJ, Big Kap, kept the party going while star performances on the soundstage came from some of hip hop’s rising stars including Lil Don Loyal (Future’s artist), Blak Youngsta (Yo Gotti’s artist), GG Money (Deb Antney), Shawty Boy and Jess Classic. Fans worldwide tuned in via mobile, laptop and tablet devices to witness all the raw electric commotion live while watching the lavish VIP experience! Exclusive r carpets, flashing lights, complimentary gifts and courtesy drinks were all around. Attendees found themselves gifted with Swychboard Hover Boards, Pelle Pelle Jackets and Tees, British Knights Shoe Apparel, FlytLab Vapor Systems, Glam Squad Hair Products and luscious tastes from Armadale Vodka.
Guests were also treated to an exclusive look at the new documentary film “The Hip Hop Nucleus,” directed by Choke No Joke. Focusing on the legendary Tunnel night club in New York City, “The Hip Hop Nucleus” is a historically nostalgic documentary that takes you back to the Golden Era of Hip-Hop with never before seen footage and interviews with Jay Z, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Lil Wayne, Shaq, Funkmaster Flex and more. Needless to say, Suite Longue was the place to be Thursday night and if you missed it – well, there’s always next year.