New Music: Migos f/ Young Thug, Rich Homie Quan, & Jermaine Dupri – ‘New Atlanta’

New Atlanta

Twelve years after Jermaine Dupri’s hit “Welcome to Atlanta,” Migos gives their hometown an updated anthem.

The “Versace” trio grabs fellow ATLiens Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan, and J.D. himself for the Murda-produced “New Atlanta,” which serves as the first single off their album No Label II, due June 3.

Additionally, J.D. will be honored with the ASCAP Founders Award at the annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards on June 26 in L.A.

Hear them put it down for the A.


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  1. Shutterbug

    I’m stickin’ with the OLD ATL…it gave you the funk (Dungeon Family, which begat OutKast and Goodie Mob among others), the crunk (Lil’ Jon, BoneCrusher, etc.) the trap (T.I., Jeezy, etc.) and those who mixed them all up (YoungBloodz). The “new Atlanta” been garbage since Dem Franchize Boyz.


    lmaoAtHaters Reply:

    @Shutterbug, you never lied about that. The new Atlanta sounds like any other rappers all over the US. The ATL identity has been dying music-wise. This is now Hollywoodlanta


  2. Yolda Dei fpdyah dez

    Are they really from ATLanta,ga? i KNOW jermaine dupri is from GA origin from Asheville,North carolina then moved to ATL,ga. Nice song


  3. FidelEmmanuel

    I like it. Whether we like it or not, this is the new Atlanta. This is the sound you hear. The west getting strong with a unique sound, NY coming back, Midwest is trying, and Atlanta going strong. Yeah it may be a little elementary but they talked about Outkast too when they came out.


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