WATCH: Latto Shuts Down Atlanta With 21 Savage, Usher & Friends At Hot 107.9’s Birthday Bash Concert

Latto had Atlanta on smash at Hot 107.9’s Birthday Bash. Moreover, the historic moment featured several surprise guests such as, Usher21 SavageSummer WalkerMariah the Scientist, and Flo Milli. Other co-liners included, BoosieHuncho, and BossmanDLow. Scroll down for viral moments from the concert.

Latto Shuts Down Atlanta With 21 Savage, Usher And Friends At Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash Series

Latto Shuts Down Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash

For some context, Big Latto made history as the first woman to headline Hot 107.9’s Birthday Bash at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday (June 22). Fans that couldn’t attend the concert were able to live-stream the event on YouTube.

Latto performed her chart-topping hit, ‘Sunday Service’ to kickoff the show. Later, she lit up the night with her singles, ‘Big Energy,’ ‘Put It On Da Floor’ and ‘Issa Party.’

Latto Appears Onstage With 21 Savage & Usher

Latto went all out by bringing some of Atlanta’s most popular artists and celebrities. However, the most notable moments from the night was when 21 Savage and Usher appeared onstage. Their performances captivated both the crowd and social media.

Latto and 21 Savage performed Young Nudy’s, ‘Peaches & Eggplants’ together onstage. Shortly after, 21 joined Summer Walker for their joint single, ‘Prove It.’


 

 

Then, the crowd erupted into cheers as Usher came out singing, ‘Lovers and Friends.’ The R&B icon also took a moment to commend Latto for being the first female rapper to headline the ATL birthday bash.

Latto Takes Over ATL With Friends

Big Latto even had the gworls outside for the event with special appearances by Mariah the Scientist, Anycia and Flo Milli. Mariah the Scientist serenaded the arena with her track, ‘Stone Cold.’

 

Anycia had the audience going wild as she appeared alongside Latto to perform their joint anthem, ‘Back Outside.’ Lastly, Flo Milli had the girlies singing along to her popular record, ‘Never Lose Me.’

Big Mama Takes It Back To The 2000’s

The 25-year-old femcee really put on for the city by surprising the audience with Roscoe DashRasheeda, and Crime Mob’s Princess, performing their throwback hits.

Roscoe Dash had the crowd shaking as he rapped his hit 2010 song, ‘No Hands.’ Rasheeda took the audience back to the early 2000’s with her tracks, ‘Marry Me’ and ‘My Bubble Gum.’ Then, Crime Mob’s Princess took over the stage with Stilettos (Pumps).


Whew! It’s safe to say ATL was in the building for the Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash. Latto really put on for the city by celebrating and highlighting some of Atlanta’s most biggest artists.

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