Spodee has long been a buzzing name in the streets of Atlanta. He signed with Grand Hustle in 2009, and shortly after appearing on the Hustle Gang posse cut "I Don't Fuck With You," he left the label, never having put out an album during his six-year tenure.
Until a year or two ago, Rich The Kid and Young Thug were just two unknown, struggling artists trying to make it alongside hundreds of others in Atlanta.
Production duo Nard & B, hailing from Atlanta, have worked with many of your favourite ATLiens. This includes, but is not limited to, T.I., Future, and Gucci. In this interview, HNHH talks to the Grand Hustle signees on what projects
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