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Throwback: Jermaine Dupri-Welcome To Atlanta Featuring Ludacris

Jermaine Dupri’s “Welcome To Atlanta” featuring Ludacris is from his second solo album Instructions. The song is also a hidden track on Ludacris’s Word Of Mouf sophomore release. The enthusiasm for their hometown was matched by the video that had appearances from famous residents like Evander Holyfield, Cee-Lo Green, Monica, Usher Bow Wow, Da Brat, T.I. and more. Dupri reminded everyone of his central role in Atlanta’s music scene and how the sounds he was creating had a national impact. He was also sharing his ability to be one of a few producers who could actually rap on his own songs without it being cringeworthy. The pride in making Atlanta such an important place for music was infectious and it inspired a coast to coast remix with artists based in New York, St. Louis and Long Beach adding their energies to the boasting. Diddy, Nelly and Snoop Dogg were among the rappers that expanded the song’s locational bragging. “Welcome To Atlanta” became a timeless anthem for the city and another one of Dupri’s successful feats as a songwriter and producer. He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame in 2018. Dupri currently champions veganism as a creative advisor for The Beet lifestyle platform. 




John Legend-Tonight (Best You Ever Had) Feat. Ludacris

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John Legend and Ludacris collaborated on “Tonight (Best You Ever Had)” from the Think Like A Man soundtrack.




DJ Infamous Teams Up With Cîroc x Rapper Ludacris

December 1, 2011 – New York, NY – Coming on the heels of his recent addition to the Cîroc Boyz roster, which includes fellow Heavy Hitters DJ Enuff, DJ Felli Fel and DJ Prostyle, Atlanta based DJ and media personality DJ Infamous will add being commissioned as Ludacris’ official tour DJ to his already impressive resume. Moreover, Infamous will also be sponsored by Rocksmith Clothing, the popular New York City based streetwear and lifestyle brand.

With 6 years of dedication to his craft and a discography of over twenty mixtapes, DJ Infamous has shown why he has earned the title “The Youngest In Charge”. The Alabama A&M graduate is the on-air host of the mix show on WVEE V-103 FM, Atlanta’s # 1 Urban Radio Station and is also no stranger to Atlanta’s nightlife, spinning seven days a week at the most popular nightclubs including Compound, Mist, Opera and Bella to name a few. You can also catch him on Infamy Radio on Sirius XM’s Hip Hop Nation, co-hosted by super producer Don Cannon and comedian Lil Duval, every Thursday at 10:00pm EST.

Having worked with artists such as Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, Big Sean, Ace Hood, 2 Chainz and more, Infamous has garnered impressive placements on MTV and BET. He has also been the tour DJ for Grand Hustle artist Young Dro and is a member of DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music Group. Altogether, the opportunity to be Luda’s tour DJ will be a definitive experience for Infamous as he wraps up the year with engagements in LA, Atlanta, New York and Miami.

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DJ Infamous at the 2011 BET Awards Weekend:
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Media Questions Of The Week

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1. Was it really a bad move for Busta Rhymes to sign to Cash Money Records?

2. Did you know that Heavy D made has the distinction of being the first rapper to be addressed by a standing president during his funeral?

3. Isn’t it wack that the only reason Bill O’Reilly made a donation to Ludacris’ foundation after years of discord between them is because he and Luda roll in some of the same high-income social circles?