ATLANTA- Kanye West danced across the stage and knelt on his knees during a performance that left many in the audience repeating the words of his songs at one of Atlanta's most popular hip-hop concerts.

West capped a show filled with other hip-hop stars from Drake, Nicki Minaj and Future at Hot 107.9's Birthday Bash 20 on Saturday night. The Grammy-winning rapper performed some of his biggest hits including "Gold Digger," ''Stronger" and "Jesus Walks" in front of a sold-out crowd in Philips Arena.

WHTA, known locally at Hot 107.9, celebrated its 20-year anniversary. Through Birthday Bash, the radio station became known for featuring some of hip-hop's top artists for that particular year.

Past artists to perform at the annual show have included Jay Z, Usher, Lil Wayne, T.I., Chris Brown, Rick Ross and Young Jeezy. West returned for a third time.

This time, West stood on a nearly pitch-black stage with small amount of light coming from above much like he did at the Grammys in February. He kicked his set off with "Power," sang about his late mother on "Only One" and brought out 2 Chainz in a rousing performance of "Mercy."

Sporting ripped jeans and gray sneakers he designed, West thanked attendees for giving him the inspiration to push forward in his music career. Members of audience were found repeating the words of his songs, especially on "Can't Tell Me Nothing" and "Blood on the Leaves."