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Since 2002, the Mid-Atlantic Music Conference has solidified itself as the largest and longest running music conference in the Mid-Atlantic States. The event has hosted over 1200 performers, artists and bands from the US, Canada and around the world. Additionally, more than 600 music, film and digital entertainment industry professionals have participated in interactive panels, displays and demonstrations, making it the premier music and digital media industry networking event in the market!
Hard Rock Cafe Is Hosting the I showcase music Exhibition in Atlanta its a All ages Show.
come join us for the biggest and bests ladies night on the south side live all around world on ustream.com for more info follow us on twitter @demdbois
The biggest and best party on the south side of Atlanta goes live around the world on ustream.com every weekend. follow us @demdbois for more info
Sounds Like: Black Eyed Peas, dbois of mental block, LMFAO, B.o.B, OutKast Official
Label: BPRA, BLOCKPARTY RECORDS ATLANTA
Bio: DBois, a.k.a. Mental Block, first premiered as one the hottest dance groups in Atlanta known as A.P.R. (Atlanta Party Rockers)! From there we let our love for music and dancing take us all over the country! After opening many performances with only dancing, and people always asking us if we could...See Full Bio
“ The Native Atlanta Hip-Hop Duo Dbois of Mental Block have been quietly brewing a new music movement called Rock-N-Flow. An innovative mix of catchy rock rifts and Dangerous Beats with an old school undertone that puts you in the mind of what music would sound like if you mixed 2Live crew, Lil’ Jon and Outkast. Daring to try new sounds the brother duo is releasing its sophomore album Rock-N-Flow (Perseverance) which is a follow up to their 2009 album Rock-N-Flow. Also Dj Derange (bottom) & Insane (top) are also one of the most sought-after Dj/MC Duo on the Southside of Atlanta. When asked who do they make there music for they had this to say, “Well if you like the hip-hop and dance music that’s being played on the radio now, then there’s a good chance you may have to bend your taste in music a bit. We make our music that comes from within us and those that feel it like we do. That is the target crowd we are after.” ”