With that being said, let’s get an update on the stars that paved the way for Atlanta to become the capital of Dirty South hip hop and bridged the gap between the city’s past and present.
It takes a real man to open up about his feelings; just ask Lil Scrappy.
When the topic of beef is broached in hip-hop, names like Tupac Shakur, 50 Cent and The Game will often pop up, but after a tumultuous 2016, Soulja Boy can now safely add his name to that list.
Since first hitting it big in 2007 with his “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” single, which would go on to be certified diamond by the RIAA, Soulja Boy has managed to defy his detractors and outlast more talented lyricists with a continuous string of hits, becoming one of the more improbable success stories in hip-hop of the past decade.
I., there is a reason Donald Glover found it appropriate to shout out his hometown during his Golden Globes Award acceptance speech earlier this month.
It’s been years since we’ve seen the Atlanta-based rap group together on stage together, but over the weekend (Mar 25), Lil Jay, M. G, Cyco Black, Diamond, and Princess reunited at ‘V-103 Live’ in Atlanta for an updated performance of “Knuck If You Buck.” Afterwards, the crew revealed they are finally breaking their 10-year hiatus to release a new album this year.Their next charting single, "Rock Yo Hips," was released in August 2006 and was followed by a second album, Hated on Mostly, in March 2007.In November 2007, Diamond left Crime Mob to pursue a solo career.on VH1 — Scrappy is trying to rekindle the flame with his child's mom, Erica Dixon. They released their debut album Crime Mob later that summer.