Thrursday Throwback is a guest column written by Djibril Ndiaye. He can be reached on Twitter @reachbril

Another Week is wrapping up and we are about 48 hours to the biggest outdoor summer festival in the ATL- The One Music Festival @ Park Tavern/ Piedmont Park. If you don’t have your tickets yet (WHY???) you would want to hurry and purchase. Today’s two artists are featured on the stage this year- Chrisette Michelle and Foreign Exchange

Chrisette Michelle is an Central Islip, NY native who has been signed to Island/Def Jam since 2007. She has won a Grammy in 2009 for Best Urban/Alternative Performance for her song “Be OK”. She has been featured on songs with Jay-Z, The Game, Nas, and The Roots just to name a few. Here is the second single of her 2009 album “Epiphany”- What You Do featuring Ne-Yo.

Foreign Exchange is a R&B/Electronica/Hip-Hop group that consist of Phonte(Little Brother Fame) and Dutch producer Nicolay. The pair first made contact over message boards on Okayplayer.com and began recording and sending music back and forth. Soon after, Phonte and Nicolay formed The Foreign Exchange without having ever met each other in person, hence the name The Foreign Exchange. The group’s third album, Authenticity, was released on October 12, 2010. In January 2011, the duo went on tour with Sy Smith and Darien Brockington. In June 2011, the group announced their upcoming live album “Dear Friends: An Evening With The Foreign Exchange”, which features appearances by Sy Smith and Jeanne Jolly. Here is the single of there 2008 album “Leave It All Behind”- I Wanna Know