Some 30 years into his career, Jermaine Dupri continues doing big things. Last Friday (Oct. 26), the Atlanta producer took the time to announce that he will produce a free concert series in the days leading up to the 2019 Super Bowl, which will take place in the A.

According to WSB-TV, the series, which is called Super Bowl Live, will take place over the course of six days at Atlanta's Centennial Park main stage. Speaking at a news conference where he announced his Super Bowl Live concert series, Dupri explained that it's his duty to make sure that the people get a diverse mix of Atlanta artists to headline the shows and make sure that artists don't use any profanity during their performances.

"As soon as I can get people to say they are going to keep it clean," he said when asked about the lineup.

Yesterday, the Grammy-winning producer told TMZ Sports that it's also his job to make sure that he gives an authentic A-Town experience. "I was coming to Atlanta and being the unofficial man of the city, but caring about the way people viewed my city forever and ever, I feel like it's my job to make sure the 'Welcome to Atlanta Experience' is the best that you ever had for those who still do support Super Bowl weekend," he explained.

Be sure to catch the 2019 Super Bowl on Feb. 3 and Dupri's concert series promoting it from Jan. 26-29. and Jan. 31st- Feb. 2nd. Watch Dupri's video news story about his new concert series below.

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