Because repping our city is a rite of passage
To become a cultural ambassador in Atlanta, one only needs a mic and a mixtape. In fact, there'd be no "ATL" without the city's hip-hop scene. Ever since OutKast turned Hartsfield's three-letter airport code into a verbal boast back in 1994, damn near every rapper from the A has followed suit. But the unofficial city anthem has to be Jermaine Dupri and Ludacris' "Welcome to Atlanta."