For the Food Grails season finale, Miss Info heads to Atlanta, a city that takes pride in its strip clubs, hip-hop, and wing culture. But talk to locals and you’ll quickly learn that one wing stands above the rest—lemon pepper.
In the season finale of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas travels to the house where Peewee Longway and Young Thug shot the video to “Loaded”.
How does a song become popular? In episode nine of Noisey Atlanta, they look at the backbone of the trap scene: the producers.
In episode eight of Noisey Atlanta, they examine just how quickly the ups and downs can happen in the trap world. In short, the scene moves fast.
The new wave of Atlanta stretches beyond the reach of Gucci Mane. The last year has seen the rise of a more alternative and bizarre sound, led the likes of Awful Records with a guy named iLoveMakonnen at the forefront.
In episode six of Noisey Atlanta, Thomas enters the world of 2 Chainz, one of the biggest rappers alive.
Last year, 160,000 people of Tomorrow flocked to the valleys of the Chattahoochee Hills to come together for three days of the highest caliber of electronic music.
Thomas rides along with a police officer through East Atlanta’s Zone 6 and we learn about the complicated sprawling neighborhoods of the city and what the cops think of Gucci.
Thomas enters the strange world of the ATL Twins, the brothers that live a life that’s akin to a Shakespearean farce costumed by streetwear.
Thomas continues his conversation with Coach K about the origin of trap music, beginning with Young Jeezy’s 2004 mixtape, Tha Streets Iz Watchin (according to Coach).