Pi’erre Bourne Shuts Down Atlanta’s Tabernacle With Openers Jelly, Sharc And More

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Following the success of the hit Magnolia, which was produced for Playboi Carti and garnered much mainstream success, Pi’erre Bourne has continued to make a name for himself in the rap game as an artist of his own merit. Originally hailing from New York, Bourne made his way to Atlanta to study sound engineering, which opened the doors for him to meet artists such as Playboi Carti, Young Nudy, and Trippie Redd. As his star power as a producer rose, so did his own personal music projects as a rapper/producer. In 2019, he released his debut album The Life Of Pi’erre 4 (part of his The Life Of Pi’erre mixtape series) which solidified his stake as more than just a producer, but as an independent artist. In September 2022, he released his 3rd studio album Good Movie which kicked off his international tour.

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Opening up the Atlanta stop of his tour was East Atlanta rapper and Sosshouse artist (Pi’erre Bourne’s imprint label on Interscope) Jelly, aka Big Jelly. Jelly graced the stage with a lot of energy and charisma as he performed songs off his collaborative album with Pi’erre Bourne such as Motion, WYA, and London Cake.

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Following his performance was fellow Sosshouse artist Chavo. The boston rapper garnered much love from the crowd who enjoyed his performance of his two self titled mixtapes Chavo’s World 1 & 2 before rapper Sharc leaped on to stage full of vivacity. Of all the openers, Sharc had the most stand out performance, rapping all of his songs without missing a single word or missing a beat.

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After Sharc’s performance, Pi’erre blessed the stage to perform songs from his most recent album release as well as cuts from his previous self-titled mixtapes. In addition to him rapping his solo cuts, he invited fellow Atlanta artist Young Nudy to the stage to perform cuts from their joint album Sli’merre with him as well as his fellow Sosshouse artist Sharc to perform their hit collaboration Drunk & Nasty.


Jeremiah Rafferty