Atlanta school creates Super Bowl 53 video with Ludacris, Mayor Bottoms

6 things to know about Ludacris The rapper/actor was born Christopher Brian Bridges on Sept. 11, 1977 in Champaign, Illinois. He moved to Atlanta when he was only nine. After studying music management at Georgia State University, the hip-hop artist made his major album debut with "Back For The First Time" in 2000. Ludacris has sold 17 million albums in the United States and 24 million records sold worldwide. He's also won the Screen Actors Guild, Critic's Choice, MTV, and Grammy Awards during his career.

Ron Clark Academy releases another viral video to welcome visitors to Atlanta

Super Bowl 53 is right around the corner, and people are gearing up for the big event, including Ron Clark Academy.

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The middle school, located in southeast Atlanta, recently released a new music video titled “Welcome to the A” featuring rapper Ludacris and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.

“Welcome to the city, where greatness lives,” the scholars sing in the three-minute clip. “We know what it takes. Got so much to give. Welcome to the A.”

In the verses, the students rap about and visit icon landmarks in the city, including the Georgia Aquarium, Piedmont Park, the CNN building, Fox Theatre, The Civil Rights Museum, Spelman and Morehouse College and the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, where the big football matchup will take place.

They also highlight ATL’s sports teams, MARTA, J.R. Crickets and The Varsity.

As the kids give a tour of Atlanta, Ludacris dances alongside them throughout, and Bottoms makes a quick cameo towards the middle.

The video is making waves across the internet. It’s garnered more than 57,000 views on Facebook in just one day.

Haven’t seen it yet? Take a look below.

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