Thursday, October 25th, 2012 at 10:54 am
Last weekend, established hip-hop artists, aspiring rappers, and hip-hop aficionados congregated in Atlanta, Georgia for the A3C Hip-Hop Festival. Now in it’s 8th year, A3C was bigger than ever, expanding into multiple venues around the city. In addition to being one of the festival’s main sponsors, iHipHop Distribution also released A3C Volume 2, the festival’s official compilation album. To celebrate the release of the album, iHipHop partnered up with one of Atlanta’s finest food trucks, The Fry Guy, for a series of french fry giveaways with some help from Boldy James, Phil Ade, Kembe X, and Alex Wiley who interacted with fans over delicious fries.
In this video, Phil Ade takes over the iHipHop Fry Guy truck. After serving an array of fans in attendance he takes a break to chop it up with iHipHop regarding performing at A3C, his new project “R.O.S.E.,” and more.