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After watching the VH1 documentary, ATL, I was compelled to finally make a mix about my favorite hip-hop songs from Atlanta. This is not a definitive list. It is definitely biased and personal. Being a southerner, some of these songs have been the soundtrack of my life.

Check out the tracklist after the jump!

Tracklisting:
In The A – Big Boi – [Def Jam Records]
Gold On My MacBook – Trinidad James – [Def Jam Records]
Hey Ho [Explicit] – Ludacris – [DTP Recordings]
Swing My Way (LP Version) – K.P. & Envyi – [EastWest Records America]
The Way We Ride – T.I. – [Atlantic Recordings]
Hard In Da Paint (Explicit Album Version) – Waka Flocka Flame – [Asylum Records]
Shawty Like feat. Yung Playboi – Travis Porter – [TPA Records]
What You Know – T.I. – [Atlantic Records]
Kryptonite (I’m On It) feat. Big Boi, Killer Mike, BlackOwned C-Bone & Rock D – Purple Ribbon All-Stars – [Virgin]
Splash Waterfalls – Ludacris – [Def Jam South]
Purple Ribbon – Purple Ribbon All-Stars – [Virgin]
The Love Below (Intro) – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Lovin’ This – Konkrete – [Virgin]
Gangsta Sh’t – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Mayonnaise Mouth (Interlude) – Purple Ribbon All-Stars – [Virgin]
South Atlanta Bathrooms – Trinidad James – [A3C / iH2D / iHipHop Distribution]
Pop, Pop, Pop (Interlude) – Cool Breeze – [A&M Records]
$outh$ide – Trinidad James – [Def Jam Records]
Make It Rain – Travis Porter – [RCA Records]
Rollout (My Business) – Ludacris – [Def Jam]]
Georgia – Ludacris & Field Mob Feat. Jamie Foxx – [Def Jam]
Just About Over – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Damn Shawty – Gucci Mane – [Big Cat Records]
White Tee – Dem Franchize Boyz – [Universal Records]
I’m Soul – Sleepy Brown – [Virgin]
Soul Machine – Cee-Lo – [Arista]
Child Of The Night – Ludacris – [Def Jam]
Slum Beautiful – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Gucci Ground (Oneman Edit) – Gucci Mane x TNGHT – [Oneman]
Can You Learn feat. R. Kelly – T.I. – [Atlantic Recordings]
Cre-A-Tine – Cool Breeze – [A&M Records]
Ghetto-Ology – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Git Up, Git Out – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Cell Therapy – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Elevators (Me And You) – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Some Cut – Trillville & Cutty – [Warner Bros]
Welcome To Atlanta (Interlude) – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Shakem’ Off – Youngbloodz – [LaFace Records]
Goodie Bag – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Dirty South – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Jazzy Belle (Dwele mix) – Outkast – [Floyd The Locsmif & DJ Jamad]
Tangerine Feat. T.I. & Khujo Goodie – Big Boi – [Def Jam]
I’ll Be Around (Bonus Track) – Outkast – [Floyd The Locsmif & DJ Jamad]
The One (Featuring Jazze Pha & T.I.) – Cee-Lo – [Arista]
See You When I See You – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Why You Wanna – T.I. – [Atlantic]
Hootie Hoo – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Player’s Ball (Reprise) – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Deep – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Soul Food – Goodie Mob – [LaFace Records]
Cruisin’ In The ATL (Interlude) – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Southern Hospitality – Ludacris – [Def Jam South]
Watch For The Hook (Roots mix) – Outkast – [Floyd The Locsmif & DJ Jamad]
Distortion To Static – The Roots – [Geffen]
Steppin Out Feat. Sleepy Brown – Big Gipp – [Koch Records]
Don’t You Wanna Be High – T.I. – [Atlantic]
The Potion – Ludacris – [Def Jam]
God I Wanna Live featuring Witchdoctor – Goodie Mob – [Koch Records]
The Whisper Song – Ying Yang Twins – [TVT Records]
All Gold Everything – Trinidad James – [Def Jam Records]
All Gold Everything Remix feat. T.I., Jeezy, 2Chainz – Trinidad James – [Def Jam Records]
Everybody feat. Kanye West & André 3000 – Fonzworth Bentley – [Bentley]
Weeastpointin’ – Cool Breeze – [A&M Records]
Saturday(Oooh Oooh!) – Ludacris – [Def Jam]
Bamboo & Cross (Interlude) – Outkast – [LaFace Records]
Re-Skewed On The Barbee (Locsmif mix) – Outkast – [Floyd The Locsmif & DJ Jamad]
Outro – Purple Ribbon All-Stars – [Virgin]

Ivan Orr is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, performer, and writer. A native of Charlottesville, Virginia Ivan was involved with the forming and nascent days of The Music Resource Center as its first Program Director. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Music, Ivan currently resides in Richmond, VA where he maintains an active performance and production schedule while serving as the Music Editor for Grown Folks Music, a position he has held since 2010.