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Jermaine Dupri Opens So So Def Exhibit At GRAMMY Museum

Jermaine Dupri Opens So So Def Exhibit At GRAMMY Museum

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Jermaine Dupri is a legend in the hip-hop community and beyond. Last night, the Atlanta native opened his So So Def exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum, celebrating 25 Years Of Elevating Culture. Power 106’s own DJ Felli Fel was in attendance to help host the intimate evening, which consisted of a moderated Q&A with some big names on the So So Def roster including Anthony Hamilton, Da Brat, Dem Franchise Boyz, and Jagged Edge.

Jermaine has worked with the best of the best from Mariah Carey to Kris Kross to Usher… the list goes on. With over a quarter century of success, the So So Def exhibit explores both the legacy of Jermaine Dupri and the rise and influence of Atlanta’s hip-hop and R&B scene. Open now until March 2019, fans are able to take an unprecedented look at the label’s musicality, creativity, and signature sound.

After the Q&A, attendees were able to proceed to the rooftop for an evening of classics and throwbacks. DJ Nabs, So So Def’s longtime DJ, and DJ Felli Fel hosted the evening, which included bringing up JD to share a few words. For those interested in attending, visit the website here! And take a trip down memory lane with Dem Franchize Boyz below.