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GMG’S Keem, Mz. Mocha, & P.O.M.E. Performing Live at 9th Annual ATL Hip Hop Day Festival

ATLANTA HIP HOP DAY ADDS GAUNTLET MUSIC GROUP ARTISTS: KEEM, MZ. MOCHA, & P.O.M.E. (PRODUCT OF MY ENVIRONMENT) TO THE 9TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION

Keem hails from the gritty streets of Cleveland, OH. At only 19 yrs old Keem has experienced the life of someone twice his age. Despite the economic hardships he faced growing up, Keem was determined to beat the odds and make a name for himself. Gauntlet Music Group saw a star and signed him and the rest will be HIS-tory. IG: @sls_keem

Mz. Mocha, the 1st lady of Gauntlet Music Group, is small but her personality is HUGE. Mocha has been in the rap game for what seems like an eternity. Making her way through the underground circuit she landed her first Indie deal. Things were looking up for the “Silk Robe on you Hoes” rapper until her deal went south. Mz. Mocha pours her heart, soul, and life into her music. After taking a hiatus from music to focus on family, she’s back and hungrier than ever. Mocha’s social media keeps all the “Peek-A-Boo B*tches” mad and her fans entertained. IG: @official_mzmocha

P.O.M.E., which stands for Product Of My Environment, stands tall amongst his peers both physically and lyrically. His infections flow, wordplay and gritty street tales gives listeners what they’ve been missing. Hailing from the Westside of Cleveland, P.O.M.E. represents those who’ve been through the struggle and lived to talk about it. He wants to be that example to show his kids and those who look up to him that being a product of your environment can mean so much more. IG: @P.O.M.E

9TH ANNUAL ATLANTA HIP HOP DAY FESTIVAL!

If you missed the Atlanta Hip Hop Day Festival last year, you missed stellar performances by Kwony Cash, Jimmy the Rocket, Scotty ATL, Skooly and Mykko Montana who were all featured during DJ Scream’s Headline HOODRICH RADIO set that closed out the show.

1-800-411-Pain, he brought out the Pink Passion Cadillac Truck that was sitting on 22” next to the Edgewood Stage while the 411 Pain Tent was stationed right next to the Main Stage where Windsor Jones performed his Radio classic 411 Pain Jingle.

THIS YEAR

ATL HIP HOP DAY will feature TWO stages, great food, special surprise guest hosts, celebrity Performances, an MC WAR and much more!

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