If you missed VH1’s excellent documentary, ATL: The Untold Story of Atlanta’s Rise In The Rap Game, you can watch it right here! The documentary, which was executive produced by Ludacris, takes an in depth look into how ATL became such a major player in the rap game. The program includes interview with Ludacris, T.I., […]


  The Dungeon Family’s Backbone stopped by Hot 107.9 to chop it up B High about Dungeon Family History, Outkast ATLast, and his new entertainment company Plateau Ent. Check out the interview below.  

It was an ATL family affair last night as Future celebrated the release of his debut album, Pluto, at Esso in Stone Mountain. The Dungeon Family alum was joined onstage by fellow DF members Big Boi and Rico Wade (who is also Future’s cousin), plus T.I., Young Jeezy, Hot 107.9’s DJ Drama, Gucci Mane and […]

Nappy Roots, a Kentucky-based hip-hop group comprised of Skinny Deville, Big V, Scales, Ron Clutch and B. Stille will release their fifth album, Nappy.Org on September 27th. The project is completely produced by the legendary, Atlanta-bsed Organized Noize production camp. The group’s first album Watermelon, Chicken And Gritz was released almost ten years ago and […]

OutKast fans have not had an album from the group since 2006’s Idlewild soundtrack. With Andre 3000 shifting his attention to acting, listeners have had to settle for the occasional guest verse from 3-Stacks. His partner Big Boi has been enjoying a great solo career, but there is nothing quite like having the two of […]

At last night's VH1 Hip-Hop Honors to the "Dirty South", Organized Noize, Jermaine Dupri, Timbaland, Uncle Luke, Master P and J Prince were treated with tribute performances. In addition to the individual accolades the program was broken down into regional honors as well, with performances paying homage to Atlanta, Miami and Texas.

Hip-Hop legends and internationally acclaimed group, Goodie M.O.b have hit the road on the second half of their reunion tour. Kicking it off this past Thursday in Houston, with stops also in Atlanta, Miami, Charlotte and Los Angeles, Cee-Lo, Big Gipp, Khujo, and T-Mo have been rocking sold out shows as they performed such hits as “Cell Therapy,” “Soul Food” and “They Don't Dance No Mo.”