T.I.'s monumental celebration of the 20th anniversary of Trap Muzik unfolded at Atlanta Symphony Hall on December 28 and 29, 2023. The concert, presented by Opus Group Entertainment, featured a captivating collaboration with prestigious Atlanta Pops Orchestra elevating the event into a symphony that masterfully blended classical instruments with the fervor of Trap Muzik.
Dressed in black tie/formal attire, attendees immersed themselves in the grandeur of the Atlanta Symphony Hall, underlining the significance of this historical occasion. T.I., the king of Trap Muzik, revisited anthems like "Bring Em Out”, “Whatever you Like”, "ASAP", “What you Know”,“Rubber Band Man," “Never Scared”, and "Top Back”showcasing the enduring impact of his groundbreaking music.
Atlanta Symphony Hall is known for hosting world-renowned musicians which provided the perfect stage for this unique fusion of live trap muzik. The sophisticated atmosphere highlighted the venue's commitment to delivering exceptional visual and auditory experiences.The red carpet event was graced by the likes Congresswoman Nikema Williams, Young Dro, Messiah Harris,Randy Marshall, Takeo Spikes, Dina Marto, Domani Harris, Dickens, Kawan “KP” Prather, Mimi Faust, Phillina Williams, Dedrick Thomas (Hideoki) Honorable Judge Asha Jackson,Major Harris, Lou Will, Elliott Carter, Kathy St. Julien, Ryan Fionda, Violeta Morgan, Dianne Cottle-Pope, Dj MLK, and many others.
Notably, Heiress Harris, T.I.'s daughter, graced the occasion, adding a special touch to the celebration. Heiress joined her father on stage, capturing hearts as she performed Rihanna’s part in the popular hit "Live Your Life," marking a poignant and unforgettable moment in the history of Trap Muzik's legacy.
The atmosphere was further enriched by Senator Warnock, Mayor Andre Dickens, and Former Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms presenting Tip with the highest honor of the Phoenix Award for all of his hard work and commitment. The felt presence of celebrities like Tiny Harris, QC’s P, NuFace, Mike UpScale, Monyetta Shaw Carter, FreddyO, Dj Scream, Ronnie Jordan and others, creating a star-studded spectacle. Making the evening even more majestic, the Atlanta Pops Orchestra, led by Conductor Michael Giel, definitely blazed the stage. Renowned for their rooted legacy in Atlanta's musical sphere, this collaboration with T.I. certainly weaved together the soul of classical instruments and his unique showmanship, these elements converged to make the 20th-anniversary celebration of Trap Muzik a moment frozen in time, etching itself into the annals of music history.