The Greater Georgia Black Chamber of Commerce (GGBCC) recently hosted local community leaders in a celebration and reflection on the significance of hip-hop in Georgia at Atlantucky Brewing. Rhythm worked with the major sponsors, AARP Georgia and Trulieve Georgia to promote and elevate the event.

“We wanted to celebrate with and educate business leaders on how that transpired and how our state’s contribution established us as a major player worldwide in entertainment. We think that contribution has been overlooked,” said Melinda Sylvester, CEO of GGBCC.

The event featured a discussion with Nappy Roots’ members Skinny DeVille and Fish Scales led by Rhythm’s own award-winning journalist, Phil Hudson. Rhythm also assisted with on-site media relations, event planning and setup, sponsorship optimization and more.

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