Back with another installment of Hip-Hop Made to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the birth of Hip-Hop, we linked up with Young Dro and he shared with us what song made him fall in love with the genre and Atlanta's place in Hip-Hop culture.
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Born D'Juan Montrel Hart, from the westside of Bankhead, Young Dro has been making a name for himself in the Atlanta rap scene and in Hip-Hop since 2002.
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The "FDB" rapper believes Atlanta's swag and sauce is what makes it such an influential place in the game of Hip-Hop, citing household Atlanta names like Andre 3000 and T.I. to further his point.
"[Atlanta's] like the mecca of music, so I feel like Atlanta is all over the building. You gotta' come through Atlanta to have that sauce," he said.
Dro also shared that the 1993 track, "Gotta Get Mine" by M.C. Reed and Tupac was the first song to make him fall in love with Hip-Hop.
Stay tuned as Audacy continues to celebrate the birth and trailblazing influence of Hip-Hop. Follow Hip-Hop Made all through 2023, and listen to your favorite music on Audacy's Hip Hop Made suite of stations, as well as Conscious Hip Hop, Hip Hop Uncut, Women of Hip Hop, and more -- plus check out our talent-hosted Ed Lover's Timeless Throwbacks and Greg Street's Dirty South Hip Hop!
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