Atlanta's industry-heavy scene meets its left-of-center hip-hop movement Wednesday at Uptown for the pre-BET Awards celebration for nominee, Bangladesh.
The producer put pure alkaline in rapper Lil Wayne's battery pack this summer with the #1 hit "A Milli." It's only part of the reason why we bestowed him with Best local beatmaker honors in CL's recent 2008 Best of Atlanta issue.
The other reason his ability to play both sides of the fence and collaborate with emerging, electro-pop tarts like Muffy, who's scheduled to perform at the party.
The dress code says it all: "Be electric."
Free. 10 p.m.-3 a.m. Wed., Oct. 15. Uptown Lounge, 201 Courtland St. 404-524-3151. www.uptownrestaurantandlounge.com.
Any intel about this Project Pabst festival that I scheduled for 10/1?
This does not take about The Chirch at all.
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