(AllHipHop Features) The city of Atlanta received a major musical treat this past weekend with the 5th annual One MusicFest. Two of the hottest artists in Hip Hop were picked to headline one of the biggest festivals in the Southeastern region.
NYC’s Nas and L.A.’s Kendrick Lamar tore down the stage at Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood. Kendrick blessed the crowd with hits like “Poetic Justice,” “F**kin’ Problems,” and “B***h, Don’t Kill My Vibe.” Nas ran through classic cuts from his masterful debut album Illmatic as well as other fan favorites including “Hate Me Now” and “If I Ruled The World.”
The dynamic duo of Redman and Method Man gave the ATL crowd more Hip Hop heat with an electric joint performance. While rising TDE newcomer and Tennessee native Isaiah Rashad held it down for Southern rap, R&B was properly represented by Jhené Aiko, Bilal, Cody Chesnutt, Alice Smith, Amel Larrieux, and Daley.
Check out AllHipHop.com’s video recap of the One MusicFest 2014 below.