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Thursday, June 14th, 2018

Jake Hill

with Jordan Bell, Atlas Greene

Time: 8:30AM

Admission: $10 | All Ages

Doors: 8:00AM

Jordan Bell
Hailing from St. Louis, Jordan Jerrard Bell (born August 26, 1993), known professionally as JordanxBell, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. Currently based in Atlanta, JordanxBell’s music career took off in high school after his video “Grayson Step Your Game Up” went viral and reached over 600,000 views on YouTube. In 2016, he released an EP titled “Nothing Left” then came back in 2017 with an EP titled “Yellow Gold” which had more of an Atlanta influenced sound with heavy 808’s to it. Combining his rhythm and blues voice with his unique beat selections, JordanxBell has generated a core following in recent years with over 25 shows in various U.S cities under his belt and has worked with other notable artists such as Daye Jack, Nicx, Leonardo Chop and Smino.
Atlas Greene
Atlas Greene (born Ian Greene) is an american rap/hip hop artist from Lithonia Georgia. Atlas’ sound is a mix of trap, surf rock, indie, and soul, with vocals in the vain of Childish Gambino or Drake. With a variety of content that touches on the more internally introspective side of life, Atlas tends to rap about personal relatable experiences and everyday occurances from the perspective of a twenty something. Not to be outdone by his contemporaries every now and then, he puts together an emotional banger thats sure to get you moving. As of 2018, Atlas has performed over 20 shows in the southeast and has had over 75,000 plays on his SoundCloud page. All in all, keep an eye out for this young up and comer as he stands out from the normal Atlanta rap sound.
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