This past Saturday, the beautiful and talented Keke Wyatt performed at Vita Nightclub in Buckhead where the men of WassupNATL hosted over 1000 patrons for a special MLK edition of LIV Saturdays. Keke song her new single “Who Knew” from her new album that will be in stores February 23rd as well as her most popular song ”My First Love”. Check out the videos below.
So we told yall earlier, Monica rocked out Traxx this past saturday for their MLK weekend celebration and during her performance Monica’s one “ghetto eye” identified an altercation between two of the kidz in the audience.
Monica told the kids:
“Hold up for a second. Hold up for a second. Hold on. Yall good right there? Yall alright? Now yall know where I’m from so I know a problem when I see one! What’s the problem? I’m the resolution tonight! You okay? Ok, do I need to split yall up? Jonte (her security), come here. See they cant stop the party, the girls be getting into it. We gotta break up the altercation. Where the problem at? So this how we gonna do this. Ima do yall like I do with with my boys in the house because I know brothers still love each other but right now yall gotta separate till this show is over. You ok? Ok, you come closer to the front so we can enjoy the show because we Drama Free in this Bit&*! Ok, now you stay right and you have fun and Ima run this one back for you…ok? Alright, one more time Black (DJ) we got it!”
After things settled up, Monica explained she still had that one ghetto eye. She cleaned it up and she’s classy now but that one ghetto eye was showing her the altercation in the building so she wanted make sure it was settled the right way! This is why we love Monica!!!! lol
Check out this video of Monica performing “Before You Walk Out of My Life” and getting the girls right together!
This past Saturday, Traxx Atlanta hosted their Annual MLK celebration in Decatur, GA with a special performance by Atlanta’s own R&B diva Monica. A crowd of over 1500 was in attendance and partied until 5am.
Monica did a 20 minutes performance set of her old and new music including “One of them Days”, “Still Standing”, and “A Dozen Roses (You Remind Me)”, just to name a few. At one point in her set, Monica even played referee between two queens who were close to fighting. Monica also let the kids know that her new album “Still Standing” will be in stores this March and she would be going on tour with BET this summer! The athmosphere was soooooo right Saturday night! Check out these two videos of Monica performing “One of them days” and ”Everything to Me”