Not to mention that the city’s diversity is damn near fostering a world-leading art scene, music culture, and film industry. It’s clear why the city has been christened Black Hollywood. But that’s not new. In Atlanta, as Black entrepreneur Ryan Williams says, the biggest export is culture. It’s one of the only American cities with permanent, professional companies in all areas of performing arts—like ballet, opera, and theater. A capital of hip-hop, the city also has generated icons across R&B, neo soul, and country music. T.I., Zac Brown, and many others, still live in the city of Atlanta to this day. And Cardi B, although she grew up in New York City, dropped an extravagant amount of cash in 2019 to move to Atlanta with Offset, of Migos fame.