2 Chainz has created a new Atlanta landmark. The rapper painted a home pink and wrote "TRAP" on the front. The house mimics his album's cover art. Hundreds have lined up to see the social media sensation.

2 Chainz brings Pink Trap House back to Atlanta for holiday season

If you think the Pink Trap House is a thing of the past, think again. The attraction is making a comeback just in time for the holidays. 

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2 Chainz’s management agency, Street Execs, made the announcement on its Facebook page last month, revealing that the landmark, which is now Trap Wonderland, has a new location, updated look and some activities just for children. 

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While the home remains pink with the word “trap” written across the front, it’s now been decorated with tons of bright lights, a Christmas tree and a few snowmen.

The car is still there, too. It’s just covered in snow. 

Back in June, the Atlanta rapper hosted a listening party to promote his latest project “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music.” For the event, he flipped a home, located on 1530 Howell Mill, to mimic his album’s cover art. 

After the event ended, the he used it as an art gallery, church and health clinic. And it became a viral sensation as fans from across the country stopped by to pose in front of it for about a month until it closed.

Now, the artist is bringing it back for the holiday season. Trap Wonderland, featuring games, a s’mores station and more, is open from 5-10 p.m. Monday-Friday and 1-10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in the parking lot of Street Execs at 1740 Defoor Place, and it will be available through Christmas. 

For more information, visit trapwonderlandatl.com.

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