In case you don't understand the relevance of this post, let me explain.
Afterlife ... an 18-plus party at Masquerade every Saturday with resident DJs Preston Craig (creator of KissAtlanta.com and Decatur Social Club), Rob Rowe, Captain Crunk and Treasure Fingers. It's pretty much like a rave minus the Ecstacy. Electro remixes of your favorite songs, old and new. Colorful lights. Kids wildin' out.
D.R.E.S. ... holds it down as the ambassador of underground hip-hop in Atlanta. In the CL Best of Atlanta 2002 issue, he was said to have the "rockingest esophagus in town." He produces and hosts Mic Club, an MC/producer battle, on Tuesdays at Apache Cafe. Every Friday, he's on the mic at MJQ's hip-hop night singing lyrics, shouting out folks, rocking the crowd. Anything that has to do with "real" hip-hop in the city, D.R.E.S. is a part of.
I'm always down for a clash of cultures, and this should be a good one.
Here's a taste of both:
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*Christ, Lord sorry
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