Atlanta dancing queens in a New York state of mind made Saturday sizzle at Jungle. That’s when NYC's DJ Eddie Martinez brought his sexy back to grow his gay Southern fanbase.
Besides a winning smile and a body that’s easy on the eyes, the New York City stud (top photo) brought his signature beats as well. Martinez plied his loyal followers with the progressive tribal sound that earned him residencies across the country, and gay Atlanta welcomed him with open arms.
It’s little wonder. We’d so do him, because Martinez proves that he knows how to do us every time.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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