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Is Memphis Hip Hop Surpassing Atlanta?

Is Memphis Hip Hop Surpassing Atlanta?

Is Memphis Hip Hop Surpassing Atlanta? For years, Atlanta has taken the hip-hop world by storm. Now, a Memphis producer claims his city is on top.

Memphis Hip Hop Surpassing Atlanta

Is Memphis Hip Hop Surpassing Atlanta? Trap music producer Drumma Boy has long driven his hometown of Memphis.

He rose to prominence in the mid-2000s and became one of the most sought-after producers.

Also, he was included among the top 5 producers making noise by Vibe Magazine as well as the New York Times.

Rolling Stone citied him for the work he did on Gucci Manes’ The State vs Radric Davis project.

Well, now he’s letting the masses know exactly what it is. The Memphis native assuredly told TMZ Hip Hop how he’s standing on his comments that his city has taken over hip hop.

Importantly, DB fully believes they’ve even surpassed Atlantas’ music scene. Of course, he sat in the studio finishing up his newest body of work Welcome to My City Vol. 4 when he confirmed the album’s collaborations.

Specifically, the project features a plethora of Memphis talent like GloRilla, Project Pat, Big Boogie, Jucee Froot, and Big Moochie.

In a nutshell, artists who “bleed” the culture in 901. Previously, Three 6 Mafia held down the Memphis sound and culture for more than twenty years.

However, the rise of NLE Choppa, Moneybagg Yo, Yo Gotti, and Key Glock continues to shape the way for the city.  Not to mention, the impact that Dolph made during his short-lived career.

Additionally, Drumma recalls traveling to Atlanta just to network. Eventually, his beats caught the attention of ATL legends like Outkast and Jeezy.

Following a co-sign from Gangsta Boo of three 6, it’s been up from there. Clearly, he firmly believes ATLs’ 30 year reign as the blueprint for dirty South music is over.

And Memphis can take it from here. Do you agree?
Memphis Hip Hop Surpassing

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