Fadia Kader and the Leaders of the New Cool Present URB Magazine Official Next 100 Stage

Fadia Kader and the Leaders of the New Cool Present URB Magazine Official Next 100 Stage

Atlanta’s Fadia Kader and the Leaders of the New Cool showcase series are joining forces with URB Magazine to present “South by South NEXT” stage to feature a diverse lineup of Hip-Hop/Urban artists.

On Thursday, March 18th, Peter Rosenberg of Hot 97 with Platinum producer and DJ, Don Cannon, will host a talented and diverse group of artists that reads as a who’s who of today’s most promising emerging acts during URB Magazine’s Official Next 100 stage at Light Bar located at 408 Congress Avenue in Austin, TX. This event will coincide with the popular SXSW festival taking place at the same time. Highly respected promoter, Fadia Kader has paired up with the Leaders of the New Cool team of Hollywood East Entertainment, Free Integrated Media and Soul Rebel NYC, to present this special engagement featuring performances by artists who have previously graced her stages in Atlanta as well as Leaders of the New Cool stages across the country during the past year. All of these artists share one major factor: their ability to redefine the current urban music landscape.

Artists scheduled to grace the URB stage include: 88 Keys, ADaD + Exile, BJ The Chicago Kid, Brittany Bosco, Chiddy Bang, Curtains, Diz Gibran, Dom Kennedy, Don Will, Donnis, El Prez, FKi, Freddie Gibbs, Game Rebellion, Grillade, Hollyweerd, Izza Kizza, Jinx, Kid Daytona, Laws, Mic Terror, Nikkie Jean, Outasight, Pac Div, Phil Ade, Pill, Really Doe, Spree Wilson, Stalley, Tiara Wiles, TiRon, Von Pea, Wil May, XO, Yelawolf, and Young Scolla.

URB is one of North America’s longest running and most trusted independent music publications, covering emergent music and the lifestyles that surround it. Fadia Kader is one of Atlanta’s premier planners of major events and promotions. In addition to her exclusive promotion of Drake’s debut Atlanta performance, Fadia has developed and executed such major events as The Goodie Mob Reunion, and Atlanta’s annual A3C Hip Hop festival. As the Leaders of the New Cool traveling showcase and Internet movement has made its rounds in cities including New York City, Chicago, Atlanta and Los Angeles, it has quickly be-come a nationally recognized “go-to” for those looking to discover what and who defines the “new cool,” as well as an opportunity for emerging artists to gain exposure.

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