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We speak with Goodie Mob as they touch on their new music, Soul Food’s 25 year anniversary, Verzuz, politics, and their legacy as Atlanta legends.

Two of the most recognizable voices in Atlanta were honored earlier this week at the A3C Music Festival & Conference. Ceelo Green and Killer Mike took home awards for their impacts on the culture and their communities.

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Gnarls Barkley’s debut album St. Elsewhere, the group’s production leg Danger Mouse shares a remix of their breakout hit “Crazy.”

If you are age 25 or younger, you probably don’t realize that at one time CeeLo Green was one of best MC’s in the world. Yes, the guy who once wore a suit made out of flowers and sang in it on national television could go bar-for-bar with any rapper out there.

Lil Wayne is from New Orleans but best believe that Atlanta Hip-Hop has influenced him greatly. He proves this in a Genius clip where he spits some of CeeLo’s verse on “Goodie Bag.”

“You ever wanted something so bad, like so bad, like so bad, that you went and got it?” Fueled by that question, Big K.R.I.T. celebrates the five-year anniversary of his beloved mixtape Return of 4Eva with a track titled “So Bad.”

All eyes are on Lil Uzi Vert, a Philadelphia born, Atlanta-bred rapper and a pupil of DJ Drama and DJ Don Cannon. Today, the energetic spitter return with a few viable co-signs in tow on a song titled “Countin,” featuring 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa.

Well, here’s an interesting genre mash up to close out the week. Fall Out Boy delivers their “Irresistible (Remix),” featuring rap trio Migos.

They say time heals all wounds and in a celebrity’s case, it makes the public conveniently forget.

CeeLo Green is back with new music in tow. It’s actually a concept album inspired by television shows called TV On The Radio.

CeeLo Green’s losing streak continues as another one of his scheduled concerts have abandoned the music star.