On November 10, ATL Live on the Park concluded their amazing year, but to end it off right and going 6 years strong, the Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols presented event brought out legendary soul singer, Angie Stone.

Before the event took place Angie Stone held a private Q&A where Angie Stone filled media in on what she has been working all while not even expecting to put out another album. But with working with Stevie Wonder’s label and the help of God, the Columbia, South Carolina raised singer finds herself striving to reach 40 years in the music industry as she delivers her new and 7th solo album, Dream.

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Also in the Q&A session, Angie answer questions about her opinion about women in Hip Hop asked by Renee Gardner, which Angie spoke on the growth of Hip Hop and the fusing of rap and singing as she gave accolades to artist such as Lauryn Hill who strived and inspired the ways of many artists today as well as Eve for being a strong woman in the Hip Hop industry when women have been forced to try to tear each other down to get to the top.

After the Q&A session, we all headed to the event space to watch opening performances by rising artist Rahbi, who gave a spectacular performance of his singles from his new Hello World EP, plus Hip Hop/Rock artist, Willie Hyn who rocked out on stage with Confettii Rose. To end the night, the two time Grammy Nominated singer, Angie Stone graced the stage as she opened up, teasing the crowd with a mash up of her hit song, “Wish I Didn’t Miss You” off her gold selling album Mahogany Soul and the 1972 classic hit song by the O’ Jays “Back Stabbers” all before performing her new single, “2 Bad Habits” and more.

Checkout pictures from the event below and make sure to purchase Angie Stone’s new album now available on iTunes.

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