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The Groove: R&B All Night at The Masquerade
Fri Nov 29, PM - Sat Nov 30, AM

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THE GROOVE is Atlanta's premier party for R&B lovers. Industry veteran, Wally Sparks and WERC Crew combine for an all out dance experience backed by an all R&B soundscape. From the classics to the current, it's R&B ALL NIGHT!

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The Masquerade Presents

Friday, November 29th,
Heaven at The Masquerade

THE GROOVE - R&B All Night

The Groove is a high energy celebration of all things R&B! #TheGrooveATL

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Top 10 Best Rap / Hip-Hop Nightclubs in Atlanta, GA [ GUIDE]

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With over 48 venues in Atlanta, there are many places to choose from whether you're looking for a crazy night out or a lounge atmosphere. Don't worry! We're going to list out the best clubs in Atlanta that you should definitely check out.

Compound

Best Rap / Hip-Hop nightclub in Atlanta!

Compound

A little bit off the beaten path from the rest of the chic nightclubs in Atlanta, off of Marietta St. in West Midtown, nightlife enthusiasts will find Compound. Known for its eclectic mix of Techno, EDM, House, Dubstep, and all things Electro, Compound has become a destination for weekend dancing. With plenty of room on the dance floor, the lounge, and the bar, this venue gives club goers space to check each other and their environment out.

  • Brady Ave NW Atlanta, GA United States
  • Westside
  • 10 PM – 3 AM Fri – Sat
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

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Gold Room

Gold Room

7, square feet with two floors of lavish décor that will invigorate the senses, an astounding audio-visual environment and world- class customer service. The Gold Room proudly boast a new innovative and chic character that is unlike any venue in Atlanta. Their space is ideal for your next corporate event, bar/bat mitzvah, cocktail reception, TV/Film wrap party/screening, launch party, charity benefit, fashion show, or live entertainment. Their experienced event specialists can assist you from beginning to end with full event production and party planning.

  • Piedmont Rd NE Atlanta, GA United States
  • Lindbergh
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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oAK

oAK

oAK is Atlanta’s newest, upscale, 4-level entertainment complex in Downtown Atlanta. Their venue boasts the most envied views of the city, mesmerizing interior aesthetics, incomparable attention to detail and a customer experience like no other.

  • 30 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW Atlanta, GA United States
  • Downtown
  • PM - 6 PM, 10 PM - 2 AM
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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Opium

Opium

Atlanta! A new sexy nightlife experience has just touched down! Yes Opium is here! Opium nightclub formally known as Privé. Saturday Nov 26th Thanksgiving weekend. Opium is midtown’s newest nightclub! Those in Atlanta won't want to miss this experience of something new & eclectic!

  • Central Ave SW Atlanta, GA United States
  • Midtown
  • 9 pm - 3 am Fri - Sat
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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Tongue and Groove

Tongue and Groove

The club was displaced by developers in July , but it would take more than a wrecking ball to keep them down. T&G created the buzz again in by opening the new Tongue & Groove in Lindbergh City Center, just off Piedmont Road in Buckhead. Their 8, square-foot Tongue & Groove is an updated and a larger version of the first, again with two rooms creating two distinctly different environments. We pulled out all the stops to ensure that this Tongue & Groove is bigger, better and more beautiful. Featuring an electro- voice 16 element line- array sound system powered by tour grade amplification. The hydra- plane generator utilizes sophisticated technology to provide smooth and consistent sound throughout the club Torrent X-rays headline the lightshow, with laser, strobes… In , The Joint debuted as a redesign of T&G’s second room. More organic in nature, with reclaimed wood and upcycled materials, this SF space allows for an alternative musical format and is perfect for smaller private parties. Before dinner, after-dinner and late into the night, Tongue & Groove caters to an upscale crowd that enjoys fashion, music, art and nightlife. Its’ current location – just steps from MARTA and situated between major thoroughfares connecting Midtown and Buckhead –T&G remains a staple on the scene and shall for years to come.

  • Piedmont Rd NE Atlanta, GA United States
  • Lindbergh
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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Havana

Havana

The Havana Club has been a fixture on the Buckhead nightlife scene since it’s opening in March of Founded by seasoned entrepreneurs, The Havana Club has garnered a steady following and remained an influence on Buckhead Ave. in Buckhead until it’s closing in late August for the Streets of Buckhead project. The revamped Havana Club reopened to the public in December The new, 15, square-ft venue boasts a custom-designed lighting and sound system, satellite television throughout, cedar-wood humidor stocking rare and exotic cigars, and on-site parking. Recommended by the Buckhead Coalition for three consecutive years: , , and The breathtaking design of our luxurious venue captured the hearts of Atlanta’s elite social groups on day one. The evolution of Havana Club began in with a humble yet popular cigar bar that withstood a miraculous transformation, developing the supreme nightclub destination you frequent today. Our venue fuses the appeal of an ultra exclusive lounge and a high-energy nightclub. We consist of three separate environments. Each individual room has plush VIP seating, a specific music genre, sensual lighting, custom sound systems, exclusive DJ’s, & weekly themed events. The extraordinary design & ambiance of each room furthered our reputation of uniqueness amongst Atlanta’s other leading venues. Havana Club was designed with your party in mind. With 15, square ft of space, our venue can comfortably accommodate large corporate/private parties. With our bungalow/cabana sections, we are perfect for your intimate gatherings. Each room is available for rent individually.

  • Piedmont Rd NE Atlanta, GA United States
  • Buckhead
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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Lyfe

Lyfe

Restaurant by day! Nightclub when the sun goes down! A bar at all times! This upscale establishment caters to all walks of life thus the name! Come in and simply enjoy a drink without the hassle or party until you faint, the choice is truly yours.

  • Courtland St NE Atlanta, GA United States
  • Downtown
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

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Suite

Suite

Unique in concept and character, Suite Food Lounge perfectly fits the mold for your next gathering. A lively dinner with friends, a night out on the town or a special event – Suite has it all covered with style and sophistication. From the inviting warmth of the wood paneled walls and ambient lighting to the incomparable cuisine and courteous staff ready to indulge your every whim, Suite Food Lounge defines a new standard in Atlanta’s social diversion. There’s no better setting for a cordial chat, spirited debate, or some innocent flirting than at any of our three bars. We are creating an imaginary place with tantalizing anecdotes that will awaken your palette with a robust list of boutique-style wines and Suite Kraft Kocktails — all perfect for an enjoyable experience at our first floor main bar, lounge, or the Miami-themed Penthouse bar.

  • Luckie St Atlanta, GA United States
  • Downtown
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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Living Room

Living Room

Known as Atlanta's most upscale destination, Living Room is where great people and minds meet for a great time, good foods, hookah & drinks! Dress Code is Enforced.f

  • 14th St Atlanta, GA United States
  • Midtown
  • Sun 5 PM - 12 AM
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$

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Josephine Lounge

Josephine Lounge

Glossy nightclub with ornate decor & nightly DJs spinning hip hop, R&B, Afrobeats & reggae.

  • Buford Hwy NE Atlanta, GA United States
  • Buckhead
  • $

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There are many other clubs available in Atlanta like Coca-Cola Roxy

Check out the venues section for the full list of Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs.

Atlanta Nightclubs FAQ

What time does the headlining DJ usually start performing in Atlanta clubs?

The headlining DJ will usually start performing around AM.

How long do DJs play in Atlanta?

The headlining DJ or artist usually plays a 1 to 2 hour set.

What is the dress code like at Atlanta Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs?

Guys can wear nice jeans and a form fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button down shirt. Girls can wear jeans or a comfortable but stylish dress if they prefer. Of course guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to clubs.

How can I get into Atlanta Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs for free?

Some Atlanta Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs have a free ladies guest list, and have a free even ratio guest list – free if you have the same number of girls (or more) in your party.

Keep in mind that many Atlanta Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs are more exclusive and require bottle service to get in. You can sign up for the guest list on our events page.

How can I book bottle service for Atlanta Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs?

You can book bottle service directly on Discotech by visiting the Atlanta page.

How much is bottle service at Atlanta clubs?

Bottle service and table minimums at Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs can get pretty expensive in Atlanta, but every nightclub is different.

The best way to find out is to visit the events page and choose the event you're thinking of going.

Should I buy tickets to get into Atlanta Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs?

If the nightclub has tickets, we recommend buying tickets during holiday weekends and for big name artists. The ticket line is generally faster and shorter than the guest list.

Many Rap / Hip-Hop nightclubs in Atlanta are bottle service only – meaning you must book a table reservation in order to get inside.

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Music of Atlanta

Atlanta has a thriving music industry and is considered to be a capital of hip-hop including crunk, of R&B and its offshoot neo-soul, and of gospel music - in addition to a thriving indie-rock and live music scene. Classical, country and blues have historically been well represented.[1] From the s through s the city was a major center for country music.[2]

Modern hip-hop, R&B, Neo soul[edit]

Main article: Atlanta hip hop

In , the New York Times called Atlanta "hip-hop's center of gravity",[3] and the city is home to many popular hip-hop, R&B and neo soul[4] musicians.

The following hip-hop, rap, R&B and soul artists have had #1 or #2 singles on the U.S. Hot chart:

Some other local artists include(d):

In the s and early s Atlanta's hip hop scene was characterized by a local variant of Miami's electro-driven bass music, with stars like Kilo Ali, MC Shy-D, Raheem the Dream, and DJ Smurf (later Mr. Collipark).[3] MC Shy-D is credited with bringing authentic Bronx-style hip-hop to Atlanta (and Miami), such as 's Shake it[5] produced by DJ Toomp.

The Dungeon Family is a hip hop/R&B/soul musical collective, based in Atlanta and specializing in Southern hip hop with heavy funk and soul influences. Members include OutKast, Goodie Mob, P.A., Lumberjacks, Society of Soul, André , Big Boi, Backbone, Mr. DJ, Big Gipp, Cee Lo Green, Khujo, T-Mo, Witchdoctor, Big Rube, Cool Breeze, Big Reese, Killer Mike, Bubba Sparxxx, Slimm Calhoun, BlackOwned C-Bone and Supa Nate. The Dungeon Family also includes Rico Wade, Ray Murray, and Sleepy Brown who constitute the production/songwriting team Organized Noize, who have produced hits for the main popular Dungeon Family groups OutKast and Goodie Mob. By the mids, the rise of OutKast, Goodie Mob and Organized Noize led to the development of the Dirty South style of hip-hop and of Atlanta gaining a reputation for "soul-minded hip-hop eccentrics", contrasting with other regional styles.[3]

The Yin Yang Café (now Apache Café) in Midtown on 3rd Street was a centerpoint for the development of the neo-soul scene including artist such as India.Arie, Society of Soul, Laurnéa, Kemetic Just, Sleepy Brown, Divinity Roxx, Naked Jazz, Khari Simmons, and Anthony David.[6]

From the late s to early s, producer Lil Jon was a driving force behind the party-oriented style known as crunk. Record producersL.A. Reid and Babyface founded LaFace Records in Atlanta in the lates; the label eventually became the home to multi-platinum selling artists such as Toni Braxton, TLC and Ciara. It is also the home of So So Def Records, a label founded by Jermaine Dupri in the mids, that signed acts such as Da Brat, Jagged Edge, Xscape and Dem Franchise Boyz. The success of LaFace and SoSo Def led to Atlanta as an established scene for record labels such as LaFace parent company Arista Records to set up satellite offices.

In the New York Times noted that after , Atlanta moved "from the margins to becoming hip-hop's center of gravity, part of a larger shift in hip-hop innovation to the South." Producer Drumma Boy called Atlanta "the melting pot of the South". Producer Fatboi called the Roland TR ("") synthesizer "central" to Atlanta music's versatility, used for snap, crunk, trap, and pop rap styles.[3] The same article named Drumma Boy, Fatboi, Shawty Redd and Zaytoven the four "hottest producers driving the city".[3]

Magic City[edit]

Main article: Magic City (club)

Magic City is Atlanta's premiere gentlemen's club, responsible for launching artists such as Future, Young Thug, and Gucci Mane into the mainstream. Magic, the owner of Magic City, takes pride in his love of stripping and believes that the rap game in Atlanta is held together by "the power of booty." However, the role of strippers isn't just a position of subservience for the aesthetics of the club. Because they control the mood of the room, they have the ability to control audiences; they can make or break rap artists. The dancers request songs, so if they're getting 10, thrown at them whenever it blasts, they will continue to request the song. A club goer explained, "The girls pick what record pops in the streets. They pick what rapper pops in the streets. The girls at Magic City are the streets."[7]

Gospel[edit]

Atlanta plays a major role in the gospel music scene in many genres, particularly urban contemporary gospel (black gospel) as well as Southern gospel. The leading industry award ceremony, the GMA Dove Awards of the Gospel Music Association, have taken place since in Atlanta's Fox Theater. The Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards are also given out yearly at a well-attended festival. Gospel groups based in Atlanta included The Statesmen Quartet and many others.

Pop, rock, and metal[edit]

Atlanta has also produced rock and pop music singers, such as the folk-pop Indigo Girls, The Black Crowes, Shawn Mullins, The Changelings, alternative metal band Sevendust, ska/punk band Treephort, comedy-core pioneers Attractive Eighties Women, Maserati, post-rock band Light Pupil Dilate, dream-pop band Seely, rock bands Uncle Green (a.k.a. 3 Lb. Thrill), Injected, doubleDrive, City Sleeps, Manchester Orchestra, Collective Soul and Third Day, Butch Walker, and was a proving ground for Connecticut-born pop-rock-blues musician John Mayer.[citation needed] Mayer, as well as India.Arie and Shawn Mullins, all performed pre-fame at Eddie's Attic, an independent club in the intown suburb of Decatur. The "Open Mic Shootout" at Eddie's Attic consistently draws singer-songwriter talent from across the nation, and is held every Monday night.

The Satellites played every Monday night for $1. at Hedgen's in Buckhead, and Pranks played various bars. They all hit the big time.

During the s, Atlanta had an active Punk rock scene that was centered on two of the city's music venues, Club and the Metroplex, and Atlanta famously played host to the Sex Pistols first U.S. show, which was performed at the Great Southeastern Music Hall.[8] Subculture continued to flourish in the s with the Masquerade and Tyranny which featured industrial and dark wave. The Chamber, formed based on the success of Club Fetish, an industrial and gothic night hosted by the Masquerade, became a cultural icon. Little Five Points also continued to be the center of counter culture.

There is also a large metal scene in the Atlanta, including sludge metal band Mastodon, metalcore band Woe, Is Me, Issues, and deathcore band Attila. Other sludge metal groups from Savannah, Georgia are also sometimes associated with the Atlanta scene, including Baroness, Kylesa, Royal Thunder, and Black Tusk.[9]

Justin Bieber lived in Atlanta during the early to mids when he was heavily recording music, having been drawn there by Usher and signed to the RBMG label.[10]

Atlanta has also had a thriving indie rock scene since the early s. Notable bands and artists over the years have included Magnapop, The Now Explosion, Mr. Crowes Garden, Dirt, The Opal Foxx Quartet, The Jody Grind, The Whigs, Cartel, Norma Jean, Smoke, Black Lips, Flap, The Subsonics, The Rockerz, Toenut, Man Or Astroman, The Rock*A*Teens, Pineal Ventana, Ultrababyfat, nerdkween, Atlas Sound, Almighty Defenders, The Gaye Blades, Made in China, The Tom Collins, dropsonic, The Dreaded Marco, The Orphins, Bobby Ubangi, The Coathangers, Brass Castle, The Liverhearts, Elevado, Jackyl, Deerhunter, Family Force 5, Whores,[11]The Selmanaires, Kaki King, Woe, Is Me, Starbenders, and Allison Weiss. Other groups prominent in Atlanta included Guadalcanal Diary, The Swimming Pool Q's, Loudflower, Incarceri 9, and Arms Akimbo.

Notable industrial groups based out of Atlanta include Combichrist, Die Sektor, and Finite Automata.

The city also boasts a large, diverse Synthwave and modular synth community featuring groups such as Gregorio Franco, Watch Out For Snakes, and Vampire Step-dad.

Electronic jam-groove band Sound Tribe Sector 9 is also from Atlanta.

In the early s, Atlanta was the home of a thriving pop and new wave music scene featuring such bands as The Fans, The Brains, The Producers, The Raves, Baby and the Pacifiers, The Razor Boys, The Neuz, Desperate Angel, Samurai Catfish, Heathen Girls and Face of Concern. Atlanta is also the home of Grammy Award-winning artist and songwriter Van Hunt.

Atlanta also boasts a thriving Metal scene with bands such as Sevendust, Stuck Mojo, Mastodon (band), HellBent

Live music[edit]

The city has a well-known and active live music scene. In the early s, Atlanta was the home of a thriving new wave music scene featuring such bands as The Brains and The Producers, closely linked to the new wave scenes in Athens, Georgia and other college towns in the southeast. Historically there have been a variety of live music traditions going back to Cabbagetown country music pioneer Fiddlin' John Carson, also including a thriving scene in the s, also in Cabbagetown, centered on a bar called Dotties, later known as Lenny's and relocated a few blocks away before closing permanently in Video Concert Hall, precursor to MTV, was founded in Atlanta.

The Club was a popular alternative music venue from – The Masquerade is a popular concert venue.

Blues and jazz[edit]

Main article: Atlanta blues

Though not a blues capital like Memphis or New Orleans, Atlanta has been home to a blues scene and a number of notable bluesmen including Buddy Moss, Curley Weaver, Barbecue Bob and Blind Willie McTell. In the blues bar named after McTell, Blind Willie's, and several others, blues musicians such as Francine Reed, Delta Moon,[12] and Sandra Hall have performed. There are also a number of jazz clubs and the annual Atlanta Jazz Festival. On the 30th anniversary of the festival, mayor Shirley Franklin commissioned the portrait Jazz of the City of Atlanta, displayed in City Hall.

Country[edit]

Main article: Country music in Atlanta

Atlanta played a major role in launching country's earliest recording artists in the early s — many Appalachian people such as Fiddlin' John Carson had come to the city to work in its cotton mills and brought their music with them. It would remain a major recording center for two decades and a major performance center for four decades, into the first country music TV shows on local Atlanta stations in the s.[2] Today, Metro Atlanta is home to Alan Jackson, Jason Aldean, Zac Brown Band, Sugarland, Kenny Rogers, Jerry Reed, Ray Stevens and Travis Tritt.

Classical music and opera[edit]

See also: Opera in Atlanta

Metro Atlanta is home to: the Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; two renowned historical chamber groups, the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra and the New Trinity Baroque; and to notable musicians such as conductors Robert Spano and Predrag Gosta, the late Robert Shaw, countertenor David Daniels, bass Jason Hardy, and others. Atlanta is also home to the Atlanta Opera, Atlanta Ballet, Capitol City Opera, Georgia Boy Choir, Atlanta Boy Choir, and many others.

The music salon of the Oscar Pappenheimer mansion was the hub of chamber music from the s through the s. The Atlanta Music Club was formed in , and was instrumental in establishing the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (), the Choral Guild of Atlanta (, Atlanta's oldest independent chorus),[13] and the Atlanta Youth Symphony Orchestra () which in became the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. A plane crash in Paris took the lives of more than leading Atlanta art patrons, who were commemorated with the construction of the Memorial Arts Center (later the Robert W. Woodruff Memorial Arts Center).[14]

Early venues for opera in Atlanta were DeGive's Opera House, built , then DeGive's larger Grand Opera House, built From New York's Metropolitan Opera began its immensely popular series of Spring visits to Atlanta, lasting until Early efforts to establish local opera companies experienced difficulty. The Music Theatre Guild of Atlanta () and the Atlanta Lyric Opera (). In the Guild was renamed Georgia Opera, moved to the Woodruff Arts Center and added an orchestra. In the Guild and Lyric operas merged to form the Atlanta Civic Opera, in reorganized as the Atlanta Opera, which moved to the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre just outside Atlanta in

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  2. ^ abDaniel, Wayne W. (1 January ). Pickin' on Peachtree: A History of Country Music in Atlanta, Georgia. University of Illinois Press. ISBN&#;. Retrieved 7 June &#; via Google Books.
  3. ^ abcdeJohn Caramanica (December 11, ). "Gucci Mane, No Holds Barred". The New York Times. Retrieved
  4. ^"Atlanta Soul Scene Reborn". M.npr.org. Retrieved 7 June
  5. ^Hess, Mickey (1 November ). Hip Hop in America: A Regional Guide. ABC-CLIO. ISBN&#;. Retrieved 7 June &#; via Google Books.
  6. ^Reeves, Mosi; Hargro, Carlton. "The Class of Yin Yang Cafe". Clatl.com. Retrieved 7 June
  7. ^Friedman, Devin. "Inside Magic City, the Atlanta Strip Club That Runs the Music Industry." GQ, GQ, 8 July
  8. ^Henry, Scott (October 1, ). "Atlanta punk! A reunion for and Metroplex". Creative Loafing Atlanta. Retrieved October 28,
  9. ^"Top 10 Metal Scenes In America - Page 4 of 11 - New Noise Magazine". Newnoisemagazine.com. 30 May Retrieved 7 June
  10. ^"Where Does Justin Bieber Live? His Beverly Hills Home Revealed!". Velvetropes.com. Retrieved 24 February
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