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Jagged Edge

In the late ’90s, Jagged Edge knocked out some awesomely ’90s R&B in the style of Aaliyah and Bone Thugs-N- Harmony. After writing for Usher and Toni Braxton, the Atlantans returned in 2014 with J.E. Heartbreak 2. Though the musical aesthetic has stayed largely the same, Jagged Edge unfortunately ditched the mint-blue fleece bathrobes donned in the “Promise” video. Tickets include “a lavish breakfast buffet,” but unfortunately no robe. Come enjoy the balloon drop, NYE Countdown on the 38ft Video Wall, a midnight champagne toast and your chance to win 2 VIP Tickets to Laborfest 2015.

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