ATLANTA, Georgia -- Hot 107.9's annual Birthday Bash concert has been a big deal in Atlanta for the past two decades and on Saturday night, the popular hip-hop radio station celebrated it's 20th anniversary with rap's biggest names at the Phillips Arena.
With a bill that boasted names like Kanye West, Future, Migos, Wale and Ludacris, Birthday Bash would deliver a slew of unexpected guests and electric sets by the time it was all said and done. If you didn't make it out, here's who you missed.
Yeezy closed the show, while 2 Chainz and the Street Execs crew mobbed out with him.
Future owned the Birthday Bash crowd and got the night's biggest reaction hitting his hometown with a mix of hits and mixtape classics.
Future surprised the ATL crowd by bringing out Drake during his set. Drizzy did a number of cuts from his If You're Already Reading This It's Too Late mixtape, as well as Fetty Wap's "My Way" remix.
Meek Mill And Nicki Minaj
Meek Mill and his boo Nicki Minaj also came out during Future Hendrix's set.
Quavo and Takeoff held things down without Offset, who is currently locked up.
Wale did his thing at Birthday Bash and surprised the crowd when he brought out Jim Jones to do his classic "We Fly High."
Luda brought all of his hits with him.
Kanye brought out his G.O.O.D. Music compadre Chainz to spit for his hometown.