ASCAP heats up ATL Live On the Park with a Ladies Night edition | Arts & Culture
ATLANTA -- The ladies of Atlanta put on their best heels, stepped out, and knocked ATL Live out of Piedmont Park. ASCAP hosted a special “Ladies Night” edition of the popular music series that boasted a few of their best female performers including incredible vocalist Mylah, the rising R&B sensation from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, Demetria McKinney, and Grammy Award-winning songwriter, Crystal Nicole. Kenny Burns returned to host the show alongside DJ Trauma and the house band, Quinn and Jukebox.
The show kicked-off with a performance by Mylah, protege of Grammy Award-winning producer Bryan Michael-Cox. Mylah performed two tracks off her upcoming EP. Demetria McKinney impressed the audience with a set that started with a rendition of Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love”. McKinney followed with a showcase of two singles from her upcoming EP, “Officially Yours”. The first song named, “Hurt Back”, highlighted McKinney’s strong vocals, and the second, “100” featured a pop-up performance from rapper, Da Brat - the first surprise artist of the night! Da Brat briefly returned to the stage after her performance with Demetria McKinney to indulge in a snippet of her classic, “So Funkdafied” before taking the show into intermission.
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