While Outkast definitely put Atlanta on the map, Ludacris was the first solo rapper to blow up, from the city. His success opened the revolving door for Atlanta rappers. He took his success into acting and business ventures, becoming a power player.
Ludacris has a career that has spanned twenty one years, in the mainstream. As his career evolved, he introduced himself to wider audiences. This led to some new business ventures, as he is always in the middle of working on something new.
Recently, Ludacris called into “The Breakfast Club,” where he spoke to DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. He discussed his partnership, with his business ventures, and his Atlanta rap legacy. Along with this, he spoke on DaBaby situation, and much more.