Get ready for an electrifying party in the ATL as the Atlanta Falcons gear up to celebrate 50 years of hip-hop with an epic lineup of Atlanta’s finest rappers, such as Ludacris, T.I., Jeezy, and more. In a star-studded tribute during their game against the New Orleans Saints, the Falcons are set to host a show that will make history.
An Epic Hip-Hop Tribute
The Atlanta Falcons have announced plans for an unforgettable celebration of 50 years of hip-hop at their game against the New Orleans Saints on November 26.
Showcasing the rich musical heritage of Atlanta, the Falcons have lined up an impressive roster of headliners, including Jermaine Dupri, CeeLo Green, Big Boi, T.I., Ludacris, Jeezy, and Quavo. These iconic figures played pivotal roles in shaping the Atlanta hip-hop scene and are sure to bring the house down with their electrifying performances.
The news of the star-studded lineup has sent shockwaves across social media, with fans expressing their excitement for the historic event.
One fan, @itzbabygirl30, commented, “That’s a legendary list of people,” while another fan, @TheWorldofCB, exclaimed, “This is it! We will be in the building.”
A Star-Studded Lineup
Joining the legendary artists on stage will be many other Atlanta rap stars, both past and present.
Acts like Crime Mob, Da Brat, Killer Mike, Bow Wow, Arrested Development, Goodie Mob, Bonecrusher, The Eastside Boyz, and many more will add their unique flavor to the celebration.
Additionally, the new generation of Atlanta performers, including 6LACK, JID, Earthgang, DJ Drama, Omeretta, Young Nudy, Rich Homie Quan, and others, will showcase the continued growth and influence of Atlanta’s hip-hop scene.
The Falcons vs. Saints game is scheduled to kick off at 1 p.m. EST, but the celebration of hip-hop will continue during and after the game, ensuring an unforgettable experience for fans in attendance.
Jermaine Dupri With A Word
In a previous incident in August 2023, Jermaine Dupri expressed disappointment with Atlanta’s brands for not hosting similar hip-hop events to celebrate the genre’s 50th anniversary. Social media users responded by suggesting that Dupri take the initiative to create his own event instead of complaining.
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