Migos, Ciara, Ludacris, T.I. & greater Tribute Atlanta Hip-Hop in Epic style at 2019 EA activities Bowl: Watch Skip to main content

Migos, Ciara, Ludacris, T.I. & greater Tribute Atlanta Hip-Hop in Epic style at 2019 EA activities Bowl: Watch

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tremendous Bowl LIII could be a face-off between la and New England, however on Thursday evening (Jan. 31), the festivities were all about Atlanta. The SBLIII host city bought a celeb-studded tribute on the EA sports Bowl at State Farm enviornment, the place ATL natives Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil baby, 21 Savage, Lil Jon, Ciara, T.I., Jeezy and Ludacris reminded fanatics that here is the epicenter of hip-hop.
The simplest out-of-towner to take the stage changed into St. Louis-born Metro Boomin, yet he made his set all about the ATL with help from 21 Savage. In between his personal hits from the 2017 smash "checking account" to his existing hit "lots," 21 Savage made bound to show his metropolis some love as Metro declared, "We turnin' up tonight!"
even though the show had best begun, fans in attendance were naturally pumped for a night full of hip-hop, as songs in between each set -- led by means of hype man massive Tigger -- had the group going as wild as in the event that they had been reside. whereas a lot of the tunes were throwbacks like Soulja Boy's "turn My Swag On," Bell Biv DeVoe's "Poison" and D4L's "Laffy Taffy," Sheck Wes' "Mo Bamba" had the gang probably the most riled up earlier than the first-class handle family unit took over the stage.
Trippie Redd (who signed with QC's management enterprise strong basis last year) wasn't even on the bill and admitted he misplaced his voice from being unwell, however hinted that he could not circulate up an opportunity to rep for Atlanta. "I still are looking to demonstrate some like to everybody and shit," he said between "darkish Knight Dummo" and "Taking a walk." Lil Yachty stored the energy up with a tough-hitting set of his classics, banging out "iSpy," "Broccoli" and "Minnesota" all in a row before Lil baby introduced the hype even larger with "close chums," "Freestyle" and "Drip Too tough," the latter of which caused a large sing-along.  
After a series of short-hit sets from their Atlanta cohorts, Migos reminded fanatics that they are the latest kings of Atlanta with a 45-minute collection of jams from "Ice Tray" and "Slippery" to "combat evening" and their breakout Billboard hot one hundred No. 1 "unhealthy and Boujee," which had the gang going wild. whereas they with ease might've carried the performance on their own, Migos decided to add some more Atlanta aptitude to their set by means of bringing out Gucci Mane for his or her collab "I Get The Bag."
Lil Jon used his DJ set to give enthusiasts from out of town "a bit heritage lesson" on Atlanta hip-hop, additionally declaring his choose for the super Bowl: "Ain't no Patriots fans during this motherfucker, here's the ATL!" His appearance set the tone completely for Ludacris' guest-crammed ode to Atlanta, as enthusiasts all started an "ATL Hoe!" chant before Luda took the stage.
as the clock struck midnight, Ludacris erupted into his demonstrate-closing set with an electric performance of "Welcome To Atlanta," starting the surprises right off the bat with Jermaine Dupri. Luda then fired off his career-spanning collection of jams, together with "arise," "funds Maker" and "How Low," inviting Lil Jon lower back for "Yeah." 
The cameos conitunued with as-promised appearances from Ciara -- who slayed her choreography-stuffed medley efficiency of "chocolates," "1,2 Step," "stage Up" and "ride" -- and Jeezy, who assisted on "Dey know," a tribute to late Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo. After a couple of proclamations that the evening become a historic one for Atlanta hip-hop, Ludacris made first rate on his observe, bringing out T.I. (to none apart from "carry 'Em Out," naturally) for a primary-time efficiency of Luda, T.I. and Jeezy all together.
though T.I. delivered a handful of his personal hits like "are living Your existence" and "What You know," the ATL-born superstar declared that he became standing alongside the gatekeepers of Atlanta's hip-hop scene "who made a way for motherfuckers to do what the fuck they doing at the moment." no matter if or no longer those still closing within the post-1 a.m. crowd agreed, Ludacris capped off a homecoming for Atlanta's hip-hop legends and latest superstars, with T.I. issuing the most useful summary possible: "when you come to this city, you know it's ours."

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