Photos: Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, T.I. and More Perform at 1st Ever Tycoon Music Festival

V-103 Atlanta and Anthony Wilson, Chris Brown’s longtime manager, Presented the Tycoon Music Festival bringing the Biggest Influencers in Hip-Hop and R&B for this generation, Saturday, June 8th, 2019 at Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood.

Kicking off the Tycoon Festival were GRAMMY® Award Platinum recording artists Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown and Grammy Nominated R&B Artist Trey Songz live on stage.  These artists are powerhouses in their own right in music, film, and business and this festival brought all of their artistry to the stage.

“We’re excited to launch this special festival and deliver an unforgettable, star-studded hip-hop concert to Atlanta,” said Anthony Wilson, Tycoon Music Festival host.

“Since music is such an integral part of Atlanta’s culture, we wanted to give the community an amazing concert experience with an incredible lineup, said Reggie Rouse, V103 Program Director/Entercom Format Captain, and Tycoon Music Festival co-host.

Entercom Atlanta’s V-103 is nationally recognized as one of the top urban radio stations and is celebrating its 42nd anniversary this year. Known as “The People’s Station,” V-103 brings Atlanta together with music, news, culture and community affairs.  Listeners can tune in to V-103 via the app and can also engage with the station via FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Entercom is a leading American media and entertainment company and one of the top two radio broadcasters in the country reaching over 100 million people each week through a robust portfolio of over 235 radio stations, digital platforms, and live events. Entercom is also the #1 creator of live, original local audio content and the nation’s unrivaled leader in news and sports radio.

Photo Credits: © 2019 Nelson Jones/TOPOP Entertainment Inc. for The Hype Magazine

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