Da Brat, KeKe Wyatt, Joe and More Heat Up The Stage at ATL Live On The Park

| May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Last week’s ATL Live On The Park was surely a memorable event as the ladies of Atlanta took over for a very special “Ladies Night”. The show kicked off with a performance by an incredible vocalist by the name of Mylah.  Mylah, the prodigy of Grammy Award-winning producer Bryan Michael-Cox, performed two tracks off her upcoming EP.  The talented rising R&B sensation from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, Demetria McKinney wowed fans with her rendition of Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love”.  McKinney also performed two singles from her upcoming EP, Officially Yours.  The second of two singles titled “100” featured a surprise performance by Da Brat.  Da Brat even came back out after the performance to hit the stage and perform her classic “Funkdafied”.


(L to R): Mylah, Demetria McKinney, Crystal Nicole, KeKe Wyatt and Joe

Crystal Nicole, a renowned songwriter for artists including Rihanna and Beyoncé, came through and mesmerized the audience with her amazing voice.  Nicole’s impressive performance set the stage for a surprise performance by the gorgeous songstress, KeKe Wyatt.  Wyatt treated the crowd to her new single “Fall in Love”, which is off her new self-titled EP.  She followed the song with a performance of her classic remake of “If Only You Knew”.


(L to R): Chaka Zulu, Meelah formerly of 702, Roger Bobb and Jonah Swilley

The event’s hosts, Shanti Das, Marlon Nichols and ASCAP, were not done yet as they still had one more surprise up their sleeves.  After Wyatt closed her set, R&B great, Joe shocked the audience by taking the stage and performing two of his greatest hits, “All the Things Your Man Won’t Do” and “I Wanna Know”.  Although, Joe was not a female performer, the women didn’t seem to mind.


(L to R): Marlon Nichols, Da Brat, Shanti Das, Demetria McKinney and Mali of TreeSounds – Picture 2: Joe, Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols

The pure talent and beauty that showcased on the stage contributed to another memorable edition of what could be the  best live show in Atlanta. Notables in attendance included: Music Producer Bryan Michael Cox, Dennis Byron, Roger Bobb of Bobbcat Films, singer Anthony David, Chef Mali Hunter – Owner of TreeSound Studios, Jennifer Drake – Creative Director Universal Publishing, Hurricane Dave – Program Director of Hot 107.9, DJ Sense of The Aphilliates, Beestroh of Hot 107.9, Deborah Antney – CEO of Mizay Entertainment, singer Jonah Swilley, Mona Scott-Young – CEO of Monami Entertainment – Love and Hip Hop, singer and songwriter Verse Simmonds, Chaka Zulu co-founder of Disturbing Tha Peace Records, LaTavia Roberson and Meelah Williams from TV One’s R&B Divas, Havoc Jones.

Photo Credit:  ATLPic/Dennis Byron
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