(Photo credit: InDaHouseMedia/Jerome Dorn)
Jeremy “JD” Hill did it again! This time with a "Battle Of The Bands” concert featuring K-Ci & JoJo, Dru Hill, Tony Toni Tone, and Next.
(Photo credit: InDaHouseMedia/Jerome Dorn
The sold out R&B concert took place at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia.
Whoever thinks R&B doesn’t sell or people don’t still love classic R&B think again!
It was a packed house of all ages! Everyone in attendance was on the edge of their seats waiting to see their favorite groups perform.
All four groups brought the house down while performing their classic hits, mostly from the golden era of 90s R&B.
K-Ci & JoJo performed their hits as a duo as well as their fan-favorite hits as members of the legendary group Jodeci. Dru Hill even joined K-Ci & JoJo on stage to help sing some of Jodeci's biggest songs such as "Come & Talk To Me", "Love You For Life", "Freek N U", "Feenin'" and more!
Dru Hill ran through their hits such as "In My Bed," "Beauty", "Never Make A Promise", and "Tell Me".
Next had fans rocking to their Billboard hits "Too Close" and "Wifey". It wouldn't be a NEXT show if they didn't perform the oh-so-classic "Butta Love" as well.
Tony Toni Tone stole hearts with their performance of "Anniversary" and "Whatever You Want."
AllHipHop's Rea Davis had an opportunity to catch up with Jeremy to find out what drives him, and what motivates him to put on such incredible shows.
"The most exciting thing is actually seeing the audience have a great time and a great experience. God made me where it actually does my heart good to see others have a great time. I started off doing parties, and it boils down to seeing people have a great time. I kinda worked my way up and saved my money, and put on my first show. It was Frankie Beverly & Maze, The Whispers, and Tank, in Macon Georgia. Fans can expect just an awesome show with legends from the 90s R&B scene that produced real R&B music, a lot of hits, a lot of love-making, baby-making music that's just classic in our community. Next here we will continue with the Fox Saturday Soul series. We have a show with Lalah Hathaway, Avery Sunshine, Avant, and Jon B. Then I have some things going on back at Wolf Creek on Sept. 30 with Stephanie Mills, El Debarge, and Stokely from Mint Condition."What I love the most about R&B is there's nothing like R&B to me. It's just that music that comes from the soul, that music that you can listen to with your significant other that brings out emotions in each other. It's that chill music, that grooving music, that love making music.""I eventually want to dabble into doing some festival type of events maybe in the Caribbean. I'm involved in too many things to list outside of concerts. Concerts started out as a hobby, then it became something I was very good at that became very profitable," said JD.
JD puts on some of the best concerts in Atlanta; keep an eye out for his legendary concerts at Wolf Creek & The Fox Theater!