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Elevate Art ATL’s Architects of Atlanta Hip-Hop


Elevate Art ATL’s Architects of Atlanta Hip-Hop

Presented by Elevate Art ATL and The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs Architects of Atlanta Hip-Hop: The DJ/Producer

In celebration of Atlanta’s contribution to 50-years of Hip-Hop, Elevate Art Atlanta and the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs presented ~Architects of Atlanta Hip-Hop: The DJ/Producer – an interactive panel that examined one of the foundations of Hip-Hop, the DJ/Producer. The informative and entertaining panel series took place Saturday, September 30, 2023 at the Atlanta History Center (130 West Paces Ferry Rd, NW Atlanta, GA 30305).~

Panelists Included:Tag Team’s
DC Glenn @dcglennatl
DJ Taz @darealdjtaz
Bryce Wilson @brycethe07
DJ Nabs @d.j.nabsCoalition DJ’s
DJ Big X @djbigxatlDJ Wis @wismajor
DJ Toomp @dj_too
DJ Kizzy Rock (on the 1s & 2s) @atldjkizzyrock
Moderated by Talib Shabazz @elshabazz7
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