In the early 2000s, Ludacris solidified himself as the biggest rapper from Atlanta. Following Ludacris’ success, Atlanta took over the rap game. T.I. debuted a year after Ludacris, but did not meet much initial success. Before long, Ludacris and T.I. were embroiled in a feud, exchanging disses for three years, ending in 2008 when the two collaborated.
Ludacris has since morphed into a mogul, now more focused on his business ventures. Periodically, Ludacris returns to release new music, but it is few and far between. Meanwhile, T.I. filled Ludacris’ shoes in the rap game before his career was decimated by his issues with law enforcement. T.I. emerged from his prison stints more driven than ever, back on top of the game.
With their friendship still intact, Ludacris and T.I. will be among the headlining performers at the upcoming Atlanta Music Festival. The festival will take place in September in Midtown Atlanta. Tickets go on sale on April 28 and there is a $100 pass for entry on both days of the two-day festival.