l to r: Marlon Nichols, Da Brat, Shanti Das, Demetria McKinney, Mali Hunter

Posted by | Ray Cornelius

Atlanta’s own Shanti Das and ASCAP hosted a special “Ladies Night” edition of the popular music series that boasted a few of their best female performers including incredible vocalist, Mylah, the rising R&B sensation from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, Demetria McKinney, and Grammy Award-winning songwriter, Crystal NicoleKenny Burns returned to host the show alongside DJ Trauma and the house band, Quinn and Jukebox.

There were also a few surprise performances from Da Brat, R&B Diva’s Keke Wyatt and veteran R&B crooner, Joe. The event was also attended by music producer Bryan Michael Cox, Roger Bobb of Bobbcat Films, singer Anthony David, Chef Mali Hunter – Owner of TreeSound Studios, Mona Scott-Young – CEO of Monami Entertainment – Love and Hip Hop, singer and songwriter Verse Simmonds, Chaka Zulu co-founder of Disturbing tha Peace Records, R&B Divas’ LaTavia Roberson and Meelah Williams.

Check out the photos below:

Joe and Shanti Meelah

 Joe and Shanti Das / R&B Diva  Meelah Williams formerly of 702


 McKinney impressed the audience with a set that started with a rendition of Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love”


Songwriter Crystal Nicole flaunted her talents by singing one of her songs “Love All Over Me”

Anthony david Keke Wyatt

Singer Anthony David with guests/KeKe Wyatt performed “Fall in Love” and a remix of  “If Only You Knew”

Shaka Zulu Joe Singing87

Chaka Zulu of Disturbing tha Peace Records/ Joe performing his classic hit ” I Wanna Know”

Photo credit: Prince Williams of ATLPics.net