Atlanta's two leading men are back on good terms, and the city is thriving because of it. Tensions between Future and Young Thug flared -- perhaps a natural result of healthy competition -- about a year ago.
Earlier this week, during an interview with HOT 97, Gucci Mane said that he hasn't spoken to Waka Flocka in three years, presumably not having contacted his former protégé since before getting locked up in September 2013, remaining in prison
Donald Glover's FX show "Atlanta" was a smash from the jump. Three million people tuned in for the series premiere, enough to threaten the FX comedy record. After airing three episodes, FX has decided to renew "Atlanta" for a second season.
As advertised, The Dungeon Family headlined Atlanta's One MusicFest Saturday night, bringing together Goodie Mob, Organized Noize, Killer Mike, and perhaps most notably, Outkast, for a night of Southern rap classics.
With the end of the long weekend came an anticipated TV series. Donald Glover also known as Childish Gambino has been silent on the rap tip lately, but he's been cooking up elsewhere, with a new show that debuted on FX Tuesday night.
With two rock-solid 2016 releases, YRN 2 and 3 Way, already under their Versace belts, the Migos have revealed their plans to share a full album, which will be the follow-up to their debut album, last summer's Yung Rich Nation.
Some artists pay homage to their idols with covers albums, Young Thug does it with No, My Name Is Jeffery, an album that actually features two of the heroes he names, but not on the tracks named after them.
Two esteemed Atlanta veterans, Big Boi and Killer Mike, are reportedly teaming up for a joint EP. Mike hasn't dropped a project since he and El-P released the second installment of their acclaimed Run the Jewel series in late 2014.
During his recent interview with The Breakfast Club, DJ Drama spoke on the enduring strength of the Atlanta hip-hop scene, naming some of the city's most influential artists past and present, albeit with one glaring omission.
Donald Glover is currently on a press tour to promote his anticipated FX series "Atlanta," which is set to premiere next month. During a press conference, he spoke in depth about the show and his decision to leave the popular NBC show "Community."
Gucci Mane's return home from prison was greeted with plenty of excitement, and the Atlanta trapper is ensuring he lives up to the hype with his new album Everybody Looking-- hype which is also translating into sales, thankfully enough for the A
It's been just over four months since the death of Bankroll Fresh. In a shocking new interview, a rapper who goes by No Plug, a childhood friend of Bankroll's, has admitted to his involvement in Bankroll's killing.
Donald Glover a.k.a. Childish Gambino has spent a good portion of the last two years writing, developing, and filming his FX television show "Atlanta." Guess what. The show now has a release date.
50 Cent was one of the performers at Hot 107.9's annual Birthday Bash in Atlanta this weekend, and while his set started out perfectly normal, things got a little weird when he was asked to leave the stage. “My time is up?" he said, in what seemed t