About “Welcome To Atlanta”
“Welcome To Atlanta” is a hidden song by Jermaine Dupri feat. Ludacris from the Ludacris album Word Of Mouf.
“Welcome to Atlanta” is a song by American rapper and producer Jermaine Dupri, featuring fellow rapper Ludacris. The song was released in 2001 as the lead single from Dupri’s album Instructions.
The song features a bouncy beat, catchy hooks, and witty lyrics from both Dupri and Ludacris, who trade verses about their hometown. The music video for “Welcome to Atlanta” was also a hit, featuring appearances from various Atlanta-based musicians and athletes, including Usher, Lil Jon, and the Atlanta Falcons football team. Overall, “Welcome to Atlanta” is considered a classic hip-hop anthem that has become synonymous with the city it celebrates.
About Word Of Mouf
Ludacris’ second studio album, Word Of Mouf, was released in 2001 and proved to be a major success for the Atlanta rapper. The album peaked at number three on the US Billboard 200 and was certified 3x Platinum by the RIAA. With hit singles like “Rollout (My Business),” “Area Codes,” and “Move Bitch,” the album solidified Ludacris’ status as one of the most popular and influential rappers of the early 2000s.
Word Of Mouf features a wide range of production styles, including bass-heavy tracks like “Saturday (Oooh Oooh!)” and more mellow, soulful cuts like “Growing Pains.” Ludacris’ distinctive flow and clever wordplay are on full display throughout the album, as he tackles topics ranging from partying and sex to social issues and personal struggles.
Word Of Mouf is a standout album in Ludacris’ discography and a classic of early 2000s hip-hop.
How to find “Welcome To Atlanta”
On CD: Play through the last track (“Block Lockdown”)
Listen to “Welcome To Atlanta”
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