ATLANTA

8.28.19

Democrats Just Got Another Path to Senate Control — Through Georgia

A surprise retirement gives Dems another potential pickup opportunity as they aim for the minimum of three seats they need.

8.6.19

Donald Glover’s ‘Atlanta’ Just Got Renewed For a Fourth Season

Along with the series’ previously announced third season, it’s set to go into production in spring 2020.

7.15.19

Women Should Rap About Whatever They Want

So So Def label boss Jermaine Dupri recently said he's unimpressed by the current class of female rappers: "For me, it's like strippers rapping."

3.11.19

How Atlanta’s Clubs Fueled the City’s Budding Hip-Hop Scene in the ‘90s

Inside the nightlife spots that gave DJs and artists a stage to turn the Southern capital into a musical hub.

2.5.19

What we know about the bizarre immigration case surrounding the rapper 21 Savage

ICE officers have detained him as a British national who overstayed his July 2005 visa. Fans always thought he was from Atlanta.

2.5.19

I Still Watch the Super Bowl, Even Though We're All Going to Die

Andrew Whitworth, the right tackle for the Los Angeles Rams, basically admitted that football is meaningless.

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2.1.19

Gunna's Still Dripping On His New Song "One Call"

"One Call" is the first single from Gunna's forthcoming 'Drip or Drown 2.'

2.1.19

Ariana Grande's 2 Chainz-Featuring "7 Rings" Remix Squashes Some Pre-Beef

There's even a pink trap house on the cover art, just so everyone knows they're cool.

1.23.19

'The WIZRD' Is a Farewell to Future As We Know Him

After seven albums with Epic Records, Future is looking to start fresh—which isn't entirely a bad thing.

1.22.19

There Are No Rocket Ships in Future's New Video, But It's Still Great

The Atlanta rapper released a new visual for "Rocket Ships," a cut from 'The Wizrd.'

1.17.19

Migos Are Back at Their Best on Mustard's Twitchy "Pure Water"

Mustard's new single pushes the trio out of their comfort zone and hopefully hints at what's to come on 'Culture III.'

1.14.19

Travis Scott and Big Boi Will Join Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl

Scott and the NFL will donate $500,000 to Van Jones's Dream Corps, but the rapper's decision to perform has drawn criticism from public figures who insist that artists should boycott the league.

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