Last month we were given "New Atlanta", a re-vamped version of Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri's immortal "Welcome To Atlanta", with some of the most exciting new artists from the scene (Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, and Migos) taking the reigns.
Today, an unofficial sequel has arrived, substituting Migos for Street Lottery winner Young Scooter. The man who taught us how to juug and finesse the plug is a welcome addition to the gang, with the rapper delivering his world-weary but excitable flows as an effective contrast to Thugger and Quan's warbled melodies.
The rapper's new mixtape, 80s BabyÂ is due out very soon. His debut album, Juug House will hopefully follow.
$20,000 for a show without the radio
16-5 prices lower than Shawty Lo
I finesse on every beat with that cocaine flow
Young niggas came a long way from that corner store