Rap veterans DJ Quik, E-40 and WC will be among those showing up to support Atomic Dogg Magazine's first-ever Super Bully show.
The event, which will take place Oct. 20th at the El Rancho Farralon in El Monte, Ca., will celebrate the best breeds of pit bull dogs, by featuring various pit bull lovers from the Hip-Hop community as well as top of the line show dogs.
Presented in conjunction with the American Bully Kennel Club, the Super Bully show is the newest endeavor from Atomic Dogg, a pit bull lifestyle publication that highlights the culture of breeding and lifestyle practices for pit bull lovers and those who appreciate the sport of raising dogs.
Pit bull lovers who have been covered in the magazine include Master P, Paul Wall, Lloyd Banks and Zach Randolph.
For the magazine's editor Big Juan, Atomic Dogg is a vehicle to show the public a different side to pit bulls, who are often seen in a negative light.
"People always think dog breeders only train dogs to fight but Atomic Dogg has made it a point to highlight the entire culture," he said of the two-year-old publication. "Atomic Dogg has gotten a lot of respect for the way we feature the better side of what raising pit's is about."
In addition to WC and E-40, the Super Bully show will include appearances from Glasses Malone, Bishop Lamont, Suga Free, Guerilla Black, Psycho Realm, DJ Skee, Ya Boy, The Federation, J. Wells, J. Rocc, Nino Brown, Sinful, Technique Dynamic, Certified, Famous Crow, Cecy B and Western Union.
The event, which will be hosted by Power 106's Luscious Liz, will also feature various Chevy's and lowriders, as well as food and music.
Special invited guests include Royal Bloodline, Elite Edge, the Real Gotti Line, Grey Line, Cali's Finest, Gotti Line Elite and Certified Bloodline.
For details on the Super Bully show, visit www.myspace.com/theatomicdoggmagazine.com.