No Diggity

No Diggity Band is hands-down the most exciting and talent-packed 90s-2000s Hip Hop, RnB and Pop Tribute and Party Band in the nation! No Diggity delivers spot-on renditions of Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Outkast, Fugees, 2Pac, Tribe Called Quest, Lauryn Hill, Notorious B.I.G., Warren G, Aaliyah, Mary j. Blige, Naughty By Nature, Eminem, Beyoncé, Jay Z, Alicia Keys, Toni Braxton, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Missy Elliot, Usher and House of Pain with serious musical depth. 

Barely a year old, No Diggity has already SOLD OUT all of their Atlanta area shows to date. An all-star packed group of talent, No Diggity’s members have shared stages with Elton John, Pink, Jack Johnson, Bonnie Raitt, and more. No Diggity curates a night of nonstop, pure fun and a party to remember by mixing, mashing and smashing some of their own versions of the classic 90s and early aughts jams!


DJ Ree de la Vega

Ree de la Vega started as a music and nightlife lover and became a sought-after party-starter and promoter.  Over time, Ree became the unofficial nightlife concierge to the developing Atlanta music and nightlife scenes.  She effortlessly transitioned into DJ and is now one of the most sought-after DJs in Atlanta. With her residencies at W Hotels, Mary’s, STK, and MJQ, Ree shares her love for all forms of dance music. She is a classic vinyl collector and loves crunk, funk and disco.


DJ Prince Akeem

Born in Montreal, Canada, raised in Toronto and Atlanta, Prince Akeem uses his exposure of diversity to his musical advantage. DJ Prince Akeem is an open format DJ with an immense skill in reading crowds and showing versatility in song selection. His one-of-a-kind ability to build connections with any crowd has quickly helped build his notoriety as a premiere DJ. His unique style and presence on the microphone make Prince Akeem’s sets consistently memorable and leaving people on the dance floor. With over 200 corporate/private parties and weddings as well as private events for Jezebel Magazine, Prince Akeem has proven to be one of the most sought-after DJs in the Southeast. You can find Prince at one of his several monthly residencies, Barcelona Wine Bar, STK, TopGolf, the Basement or at a special event happening in the city.  |  @djprinceakeem


Coyote Anyway

A Coyote chorus howls against a fading summer swelter. The mellow jangle of rusty strings picked with a fierce intuition, refreshing like a crisp cold brew on a hot day. Coyote Anyway makes music like that. Both fresh and familiar. With a tip of the hat to a hundred years of American music, their sound is informed by classic wax from both sides of the tracks. A lazy country shuffle, a touch Bo Diddley flavored mambo, a few barnburner blues romps. Maybe when the lights go lower and the bar is filling, they turn up a bit and this potent blend sounds a bit like Rock & Roll, the way your grandpappy thought of it.

The story of Coyote Anyway is a long road with many forks. Comprised of Dave Kirslis, Matt Garrison, Zeke Sayer and Matthew Pendrick, the group has roots that run deep. All born and raised in Georgia, the members of this coyote collective have steeped in the rich music culture of the South, and digested its potent tonic to heart. It’s the sound of old friends coming together to play what comes naturally and what feels good. Over the years they have shared a thousand stages with some of the best around. “A real appreciation for tradition doesn’t mean you must be tied to the past…really it’s freeing. To use those sounds and ideas as a springboard to our own twist on it, not unlike the way any one of our heroes did in their day.”


Jojo Kuo

Jojo Kuo (often written Jojo Quo, Jojo Kouoh or Jojo Kuoh) is a Cameroonian artist. Recognized in Paris and New York as a master excellent drummer, prolific studio producer and computer music programmer. Surprisingly, Jojo is also probably the first African musician “as he likes to say” to use an electronic drum as a working tool. His creative talents have largely and directly contributed to the success of many African artists who have occupied the top of the hit parade. His genius, creativity and originality has contributed a lot to his musical achievements by working with internationally renowned artists such as Pierre Akendengue, Manu Dibango, Papa Wemba, Mory Kante, Peter Gabriel, Fela Kuti, Harry Belafonte , and recently with Richard Bona who gave him the opportunity to express himself on his album entitled The Ten Shades Of Blues. Jojo is based in New York and Atlanta.


Amanda Roark

Amanda Roark is an Atlanta native singer/songwriter working hard to dominate the music scene. Amanda uses her own fusion of Rhythm and Soul in her music to create a unique sound and style. She in the past year alone has been interviewed on 11Alive News, featured in several Metro Atlanta magazines, and has worked her way to locations like Eddie’s Attic, the Red Clay Music Foundry, and Smith’s Olde Bar. Amanda released her first EP “Sunflowers” in December of 2019, and is in the process of recording new material for 2020. This is only the beginning for this singer/songwriter on the rise. She will be the voice that will make a difference.  |  @theamandaoark


The Jump Cut

The Jump Cut is a 4-piece band from Atlanta guaranteed to put on a show you won’t forget.

The band members have spent the better part of the last decade in a variety of positions throughout the Atlanta music scene, from studio musicians to sound engineers, even traveling the country performing with national touring acts. The Jump Cut is your go-to wedding/event/party band in the city.