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RAHBI

Atlanta, GA | Established. Jan 01, 2008

Atlanta, GA
Established on Jan, 2008
Solo R&B Glam Rock

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"Afropunk Will Expand To Atlanta As 'The Carnival Of Consciousness'"

Afropunk

When you hear that Afropunk has expanded to Atlanta, your first thought is probably “Awesome!” The second one should be “What took so long?”

The Southern city that’s regularly been described as a “black mecca” of the U.S. is the next choice for an offshoot of the long-running music and culture fest. This is the first-run for “The Carnival Of Consciousness” — the official name of Afropunk Atlanta — as it was cancelled before they could attempt it last year. No matter, though. With a line-up like this, it’s hard to gripe.

The first Carnival will feature performances by Tyler, the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, SZA and Uncharted stand-out Gallant. Check out the full lineup below via The Fader:

LINEUP:
TYLER, THE CREATOR
SZA
EARL SWEATSHIRT
SAUL WILLIAMS
LETLIVE
GOLDLINK
BIG FREEDIA
SOULECTION
LION BABE
KELELA
GALLANT
HO99O9
CAKES DA KILLA
BABY BABY
MALUCA
YOUNG PARIS
ABRA
KAMAU
SIR THE BAPTIST
ST BEAUTY
IN THE WHALE
RAHBI
ALL COWS EAT GRASS
BYRELL THE GREAT
MIKE Q
LSDXOXO
SASHA MARIE
SANGO
ANDRE POWER
CHRIS McCLENNEY
MONTE BOOKER
JEREMY AVALON
DIVINE INTERFACE
DECOTEAU
BLACKSUNSHINE
SOFA KING EVIL
ONIDOTCOM
DJ HOUR GLASS
THRICE GROOVE
FLORISTA - Yahoo


"RAHBI and SHANELL makes us "Blush" [Premiere] 11 months ago by Kiku Shinfuku image: http://earmilk.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/DEFAULTAVATAR-1.jpg image: http://earmilk.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/rahbi2-1-950x451.png 40 SHARES FacebookTwitter"

RAHBI is an artist that hails from Atlanta, but unlike what the Atlanta scene is well known for (it's trap scene), this artist is crafting music that transcends beyond any genres, and we're super excited to present to you "Blush," a track that features the vocal work of SHANELL and Rahbi, and we're absolutely in love with everything about this video.

From the stop-motion animation featuring barbies coming to life, to just how stunning the production and vocals come together to form a cohesive whole, the entire project highlights the hard work everyone has put in, and the result is complete perfection.
Watch the video below, you won't wanna miss it.

Read more at http://earmilk.com/2016/02/23/rahbi-and-shanell-makes-us-blush-premiere/#M8PCuWSwwKmLWp5g.99 - Earmilk


"Rahbi & Friends Show That ‘All Rockstars Go To Heaven’ During Funky, Nostalgic Concert"

According to Rahbi, "All Rockstars Go To Heaven." Or at least that was the theme of his Strange Fruit VII event. On Sunday, July 24th at Aisle 5, a venue in Atlanta's Little 5 Points area, the Goldenchild paid homage to musical superstars of bygone eras, with the sounds ranging from disco funk to grungy rock.The show opened with a who’s who of Atlanta’s up-and-coming underground musicians paying their respects to their own musical inspirations. This included Joy Conaway who covered Aaliyah’s “Rock the Boat;” Atlanta’s favorite backup band, Band of Brothers, covering The Beatles’ “Yesterday;” J.K. Howells who took on The Rolling Stones “Come Together” and Hero the Band providing their take on Nirvana’s “In Bloom.”Next, the mistress of ceremonies Madam CJ warmed up the stage with amazing performances of Vanity 6’s “Nasty Girl” and Sylvester’s “Mighty Real,” leading into Rahbi’s own performance. Flanked by dancers, musicians and background singers on a crowded stage, Rahbi performed with manic energy and charisma that dared you not to pay attention, performing dance steps, high kicks, splits and other acrobatics that would have made Prince proud during his cover of “Let’s Go Crazy.” From there, the ATL son moved the crowd with a funky rendition of Earth Wind & Fire’s “Serpentine Fire,” Donna Summer’s 1975 hit “Love to Love You Baby” and then funked back up with Rick James’ “Give it to Me Baby.”Not one to hog the spotlight, Rahbi invited a few other performers to take a trip down memory lane with blue-eyed soul special guest Katie Burgess giving an incredible take on Teena Marie’s “Square Biz,” along with his background singers covering Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” and Minnie Riperton’s “Loving You.” Rabhi then returned to the stage to close the night with a cover of Donny Hathaway’s version of Gladys Knight & The Pip's “Giving Up,” a song that has been covered, remixed and refixed numerous times since it was released in 1964, serving as a perfect closer to a musical trip down memory lane. - Soulbounce


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Atlantan RAHBI takes musical inspiration from artists as diverse as Prince, Grace Jones, Lady Gaga, Rick James, and even gospel singers The Clark Sisters. His aim is to combust stereotypical ideals in music & art.

His electrifying music and stage presence has gained the admiration of Erykah Badu and Janelle Monae. While being featured on VH1’s Make My Band Famous, Natasha Bedingfield was overcome by RAHBI's infectious melodies.

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