Audiomack invaded the city of Atlanta at Buckhead Theatre and brought out amazing artists, Young Nudy, Lil’ Keed, Lil’ GotIt, Yung Mal, Mulatto, and DJ Marc B, who defines why Atlanta is that city down South. It was earlier this year, Audiomack announced that they will be doing a concert series of Hometown Heroes in each city, and Atlanta was on the map. With a crazy line-up of performances, they made sure to welcome us with the taste of the city.

As being a sold-out show with the headliner being Young Nudy, Atlanta is nothing but fun and exploring what the South truly is. As soon as you pull up to the theatre, you will see strippers on the pole shaking their tail feathers like you are at Magic City. With DJ Marc B being the hype of the crowd, who are full of energy, with such dope acts who will be coming to the stage. 

Mulatto pulled up to show us why she is the “Baddest Bitch from the Souf.” I know you guys remember when she wanted us “See Sum” with her visual and now she is doing big things. With the release of her project, Hit the Latto, on the day of the show, she made us aware and stood her ground. She represented for all the female MC’s in the game by being the only female on the line-up and made sure to “hit the latto” while doing it.

Yung Mal held it down for the city with a performance like no other. His delivery and energy on stage are unmatched. Mal had the crowd rocking with his latest single “Juggernaut.” He had made sure that the crowd was the first to hear it by “hitting the jigga na.

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Lil’ GotIt had brought the crowd in for a treat. He showed how much he love the city with a special guest, Lil Yachty, who rode on the “yacht” and everyone was going nuts. Lil’ Keed performed some crowd favorites that got fans rocking. 

With the headliner that the city shows major love to. Nudy came out on stage representing Zone 6 in a major way! By playing the crowd favorite “Yeah Yeah,” fans recite it word for word by forming a mosh pit and Nudy joined in and showed his appreciation. Atlanta native brought out East Atlanta Love Letter singer 6lack to sing a hook off of his tracks that he is on.