ONE Musicfest was held in Atlanta this year with a star-studded lineup of performers.
In Atlanta Central Park, over 50,000 people came out to see their favorite artists perform.
The lineup was full of heavy hitters such as Saucy Santana, Ashanti, Jazmine Sullivan, City Girls, and Lauryn Hill.
There were also food trucks, games, and live music, which lasted two days.
A day before the festivities, music mogul Jermaine Dupri hosted a kick-off party.
In addition, the ONE Musicfest had good vibes throughout the night, and people appeared to enjoy the music.
Lil Duval gave his first performance since his accident.
The noise in the venue grew to a deafening level once the “Welcome to Atlanta” artist announced that he would be doing a Verzuz battle with Bad Boys’ rapper Diddy.
Chloe and Saucy Santana took over the stage to jump-start the festival.
Their high energy and ability to connect with fans ensured that the festival began with positive energy.
Lauryn Hill headlined the first night.
She performed her hit song “To Zion” and even introduced him and her grandchildren to the audience.
On the second night, Lil Baby also took the stage. However, before fans could enjoy the “Drip Too Hard” rapper’s stage presence, they decided to take it back to the late ’90s and early 2000s.
Juvenile graced the stage to warm up the crowd with his bounce hits.
Shortly after, the reunion between Ja Rule and Ashanti added balance to the show with performances of their songs “Mesmerize” and “Always on Time.
The City Girls also showed up to shut the place down, where they also brought out Usher to perform their hit single “Good Love.”
Toward the night’s end, the festivalgoers enjoyed performances from Jazmine Sullivan and Lil Baby.
Additionally, fans faced a difficult decision on who to let end their night.
This two-day festival was filled with some of R&B and Hip-Hop’s influential and impactful artists spanning all generations, proving that ONE Musicfest is a fan’s dream place to be.
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