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  For the past two decades, rappers from Atlanta have dominated and influenced the culture of hip-hop. OutKast proved to be the groundbreakers with their street Afro-futurism sounds of the ‘90s; T.I., Jeezy, and Gucci Mane ushered in the trap music genre in the mid-2000s; and 2 Chainz’s resurgence in 2012 was followed by Future’s…

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Chapter 1 “Talk to the streets; then go to the world” It’s only the fall in Georgia, but snow has come early. Driving in a white Bentley Phantom and dressed in all-black, Jeezy is in full Snowman mode. He’s days away from releasing his latest project and has arrived at his album listening party in…

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Future brought his Purple Reign to Atlanta on March 4. Before a sold out audience at The Tabernacle, Future focused on performing songs from his recent albums and mixtapes, which include Purple Reign, What A Time to Be Alive, DS2, and 56 Nights. Crowd favorites were “Trap N—”, “March Madness”, “F— Up Some Commas,” and “Jumpman.”…

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