THE LIGHTS GO UP ON THE BMI STAGE AT ONE MUSICFEST - THE FIRST-EVER BMI STAGE AT THE FESTIVAL WILL FEATURE PERFORMANCES BY - KODIE SHANE, YUNG BABY TATE, LLOYD AND MORESeptember 7 – 8 at Centennial Olympic Park BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) is proud to announce a new partnership with ONE Musicfest in Atlanta, GA. For the first time in the festival’s 10-year history, BMI will have a dedicated stage in Centennial Olympic Park, showcasing the incredible talent of its emerging singer/songwriters. On Saturday, September 7th and Sunday, September 8th, music lovers can stop by the BMI Stage to witness ten of the industry’s hottest up-and-comers, including some of Atlanta’s finest homegrown acts. “We are extremely excited to launch the inaugural BMI Stage at One Musicfest,” said BMI Vice President, Creative, Atlanta, Catherine Brewton. “The musical excellence of this city continues to leave a significant mark on the entertainment industry. We’re thrilled to shine a spotlight on some of our most promising talent and contribute to Atlanta’s acclaimed reputation as a beacon of new music discovery.” For more information on the BMI Stage, please visit, www.bmi.com and follow @BMI on Twitter for updates on your favorite acts. To join the conversation, use #BMIONEfest. BMI STAGE SCHEDULE Saturday, September 7 Sunday, September 8 Cam The Artisan | 1:00-1:30pm Parisalexa | 12:30-1:00pm JAMESDAVIS | 2:15-2:45pm 7AM | 1:30-2:00pm Kodie Shane | 3:30-4:00pm Tayla Parx | 2:30-3:00pm Baby Rose | 4:45-5:15pm Trinidad James | 3:15-3:35pm KEY! | 6:15-6:45pm Yung Baby Tate | 4:00-4:30pm Lloyd | 5:00-5:45pm
“I could only pay them back with my loyalty.”Lil Baby sits down and talks to Angie Martinez about becoming big in Atlanta and working with Quality Control Music. He goes into details on how Quality Control taught him everything he needs to know about music. Lil Baby also describes how he wasn’t rapping before he got into working with them. But how Coach K helped build him into a rapper. Also, how Coach K saw something in the rapper and how he can’t pay him back with anything other than loyalty. Lil Baby is a rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. He is best known for songs "Freestyle," "Yes Indeed," and "Drip Too Hard." The rapper also talks about fatherhood, his family, quitting lean and more. You can watch the interview down below. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-7h8CA1n8w?controls=0&w=560&h=315]
(Atlanta, GA) Craft Syndicate a program fueled and funded by Dutch Masters, collaborated with Atlanta legend Don Cannon to find the next great producer. Craft Syndicate powered by Dutch Masters winner Koji The Bandit will celebrate his mentorship and launch his collab track with Lil Durk alongside a cast of celebs, industry icons, and media in the home of Atlanta royalty Outkast and Organized Noize at Stankonia Studios.
On July 24, producer Koji The Bandit will make his grand entrance into the world of high-powered producing as Lil Durk performs the track he and Don Cannon co-produced, “No Fear.” The event also presents an opportunity for Koji The Bandit to connect Craft Syndicate by Dutch Masters’ iconic judges that helped select him: DJ Mars, KP Prather, and OG Parker.
The Craft Syndicate powered by Dutch Masters event will be hosted by Rapper and “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star Yung Joc along with a special toast from producing legends, Organized Noize. The night will consist of Atlanta’s top celebs and influencers, a celebrity Step and Repeat, passed hors d'eouvres and spirits, amazing performances by the Coalition DJ's, charting MC’s Money Man, Joe Gifted, Peewee Longway, Lil Nuke and the debut and performance of the collab piece from Koji The Bandit and Don Cannon “No Fear” featuring Lil Durk.
WHY: To celebrate Craft Syndicate winner Koji The Bandit’s collaboration with Don Cannon and Lil Durk