During a recent appearance, Glover and the cast discussed bringing the show to a close after its fourth season this coming fall.

T.I., a rapper most would say is deeply connected with the city of Atlanta, offered his take on the ongoing debate of the city's real residents.


Omerettà The Great is an up and coming Atlanta rapper who has some of the hometown natives big mad. Her song and video for “Sorry Not Sorry” draws clear geographical distinctions as far as what really counts as “Atlanta,” and it has ruffled plenty of feathers.

The College Park, Ga. star dropped the latest and final installment of his Drip Season series titled DS4EVER, and fans on Twitter are giving out their thoughts.


Atlanta mayoral candidate Felicia Moore is still dealing with the loss to Andre Dickens in the race that was held on Tuesday, but she alleges that her chances were hurt by misinformation spread by the rapper T.I. & startup founder Issac Hayes III.

Moore was an anchor for the city's WSB-TV outlet and was upheld as a beloved fixture by not only viewers and colleagues, but those outside her industry as well.

The Louisiana rapper spent a night in jail this week in connection to an onstage brawl that broke out during a concert in Atlanta earlier this month

Lil Baby is now a certified Hip-Hop star with a busy schedule, but forgetting where he comes from is not on his itinerary. The Atlanta rapper teamed with Foot Locker to refurbish a local park, and also blessed all the children in attendance with new bikes, too.

One of the most beloved cultural moments in the south is returning. FreakNik is officially coming back to Atlanta this year.

Things aren’t looking good for OMB Peezy but he continues to maintain his innocence and says he has no smoke with Roddy Ricch or 42 Dugg.

According to published reports, Metro Marrs drew a loud ovation after making it rain at his high school graduation, but the stunt ended up getting him detained by cops. While walking across the Langston Hughes High stage on Friday (May 21), the Quality Control rapper made it rain $100 bills with about $10,000 in total hitting the floor.

Even 9-time NBA All-Star and slam dunk champion Dominique Wilkins experiences racial profiling.