B.o.B. debuts new album at Tree Sound Studio in Atlanta

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    BoB, left in all black, after being congratulated by T.I., 2nd from right

    Hailed as one of the most talented and versatile artists in the game today, BoB debuted his new album, No Genre Part 2, at Tree Sound Studio in Norcross, Ga. with special guests T.I. and Mike Fresh.


    Folks can’t help but crowd around Mali Hunter, right, whose spirit is matched by her culinary skills and musicianship. She is flanked by the likes of blogger Giant, left, and DJ Traci Steele.

    Facilitated by Malissa “Mali” Hunter, who hypnotized everyone by concocting classic cuisines for every major event at Tree Sound, the event featured prolific producer B.o.B. who put the swollen crowd inside “The Cave” into a trance when he began pumping out hot tracks off No Genre Part 2 like an assembly line.

    One of the tracks, “Cut That Check,” was especially blazing with an infectious groove and booming bass beats that had the throngs stomping to the music.


    Actress Demetria McKinney, center, who recently debuted her own album, “Officially Yours” at Tree Sound, supports B.o.B. along with her friends.

    Towards the end of the B.o.B. showcase, music mogul T.I. dashed from downtown Atlanta, where he was to perform during the V-103 Car & Bike Show, and came to bless the affair. Celebrities were also posted up strong, with actress-singer Demetria McKinney, DJ Traci Steele, Sister2Sister magazine founder Jamie Foster Brown, “Real Housewives of Atlanta” creator Princess Banton-Lofters, Ebony Steele and comedian HeadKrack and others on set.


    Ebony Steele and HeadKrack from the “Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”

    Take a look at the photo highlights below — and be on the look out for B.o.B’s No Genre Part 2. 



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