Things were clicking along as planned after Eugene Ahn graduated from Emory Law School in 2007. He moved to Washington for a job at a law firm and began logging long hours. But while he'd enjoyed law school, he hated his job. After one particularly trying day, he decided to shuck it all and move on to Plan B: become a rapper. His parents "don't really understand it but they've been strangely supportive," said Ahn, 30. Using his stage name Adam WarRock, he took top honors at the recent Kollaboration Atlanta talent show at Center Stage, winning money, a trophy and a recording session. (Full disclosure: we were among the judges, but had never met Ahn or heard his music until the event). On Saturday, he'll be back for a 6 p.m. appearance at Criminal Records, 1154 Euclid Ave. "I love Atlanta. I miss it," said Ahn, who travels a lot these days but calls Memphis home. "When I was in D.C. my friends all got sick of me saying how much better the food was in Atlanta. Every time I go back there it feels like home." He grew up in a musical family and has long enjoyed performing, but his success at the talent show stunned him. "I was so in shock that I ran back and sat in the dressing room and felt like I stole something," he said. "My first instinct was to hide." On stage, though, with his clever lyrics and energetic performance style, he puts it all out there. "I had the chance to do music back in college but I'm glad I didn't," he said. "I would have lasted a year and I'd be a waiter now." Just in case Plan B doesn't work out, of course, there's always that law degree, although he mused, "I wonder how I can hide my name on Google searches if I decide to get a job as a lawyer again."