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In The City Magazine unveiled its much-anticipated Vol.39 cover. The star of the evening was none other than Def Jam recording artist Benny The Butcher, whose presence alone was enough to electrify


Highness Cuisine transformed into a hub of excitement on Monday, Jan. 22nd, as In The City Magazine unveiled its much-anticipated Vol.39 cover. The star of the evening was none other than Def Jam recording artist Benny The Butcher, whose presence alone was enough to electrify the atmosphere. Attendees eagerly awaited the revelation of the magazine cover, and the anticipation reached a crescendo as Benny, a significant figure in the rap scene, made his way into the spotlight.

While the night held its rhythm by the styles of Dj Fly the crowd was eagerly engaged and enthused. The  fashion show went off without a hitch as attendees reveled in the ambiance created by the venue, the vibrant crowd, and the promise of Benny's imminent album release. Highness Cuisine, situated at 2200 Cheshire Bridge Rd., provided a fitting backdrop for this celebration, offering a chic and welcoming space for the gathering.

As the unveiling of Vol.39 took center stage, the air was charged with excitement. Benny The Butcher, known for his distinctive style and contributions to the rap genre, added an extra layer of prestige to the event. Attendees were buzzing with enthusiasm, not only for the magazine cover reveal but also for Benny's upcoming album, "Everybody Can't Come," set to drop on Def Jam that Friday.

The significance of the evening extended beyond the immediate event, as it marked a moment in Atlanta's cultural landscape. In The City Magazine continues to make waves in the city's art, media, and fashion scene, bringing together diverse influences and creating a space for celebration and camaraderie. Benny's presence so close to his highly anticipated  album release elevated the experience, making it a night to remember.

In the midst of the celebration, Moka The Dutchess of Comedy, Eli York, Don Vito, and Black Sapranho Family Records; provided a captivating live performance set, adding an extra layer of entertainment to the evening. The presence of NuFace, Nikki Natural, LT Pittman, Taylor Jasmine, and Live Hip Hop Daily; along with amenities like bottle service and hookah, contributed to the overall appeal, creating a well-rounded experience for the diverse crowd in attendance.

The excitement extended beyond the venue, resonating within the city's social circles and drawing attention to the vibrant cultural tapestry that Atlanta represents. The event concluded with attendees eagerly looking forward to the release of Benny The Butcher's album and the continued impact of In The City Magazine on Atlanta's cultural landscape. As the night wrapped up, it left an indelible mark on the city's social calendar, setting the stage for more dynamic events to come.


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