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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Kanye West, rapper (born in Atlanta raised in Chicago) 52183
2 Usher, singer, producer 25956
3 T.I., rapper 20211
4 Gucci Mane, (From Alabama, moved to Atlanta) 19155
5 Julia Roberts, actress 17998
6 Hulk Hogan 16207
7 Brittany Murphy, actress/singer 14828
8 Jimmy Carter, 39th President of the United States (1977–1981), Nobel Peace laureate 2002 and Governor of Georgia (1971–1975) 14681
9 Young Jeezy, rapper (From Columbia, South Carolina, moved to Atlanta ) 13977
10 John Mayer, singer-songwriter 13474
11 Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States (1913–1921), 13167
12 Ludacris, rapper 12461
13 Dakota Fanning, actress 12150
14 R.E.M. 11159
15 Ciara, R&B singer, raised in Atlanta. 9785
16 David Cross, stand-up comedian/actor 9323
17 Ryan Seacrest, actor 9297
18 Keri Hilson, R&B singer 8089
19 Kelly Rowland, R&B singer and actress 7779
20 Bill Goldberg, professional wrestler and NFL player 7404
21 Ray Charles, jazz, blues, soul, and rock-and-roll pianist, songwriter, and singer; born in Georgia, raised in Florida 7324
22 W. E. B. Du Bois, who taught at Atlanta University and lived in the city for 6 years, during which he wrote The Souls of Black Folk(1903), in which he identified, "The problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line". 6974
23 Chris Benoit, professional wrestler 6895
24 Tyler Perry, playwright, actor, director 6586
25 The Great Khali, professional wrestler 5955
26 Lil Jon, rapper, producer 5951
27 Deion Sanders, two-sport athlete (MLB and NFL) 5822
28 Deerhunter, rock 5495
29 Chris Tucker, film actor & comedian 5462
30 Spike Lee, film director 5391
31 Jane Fonda, actress 5360
32 Ted Turner, media mogul 5329
33 Lita, professional wrestler and valet 5232
34 Sugarland, country group 4845
35 The-Dream, R&B singer 4840
36 Kyle Massey, actor, That's So Raven! 4707
37 The B-52s, punk/alternative band 4440
38 Lex Luger, professional wrestler 4367
39 Roscoe Dash 4355
40 Otis Redding 4252
41 Big Boi, rapper 4108
42 Kenan Thompson, actor, comedian (Saturday Night Live, Fat Albert) 4087
43 Little Richard 4015
44 Mastodon, metal/hardcore band 3777
45 The Black Crowes, blues rock band 3651
46 Dwight Howard, current NBA player 3634
47 Elle Fanning, actress 3437
48 Too Short, resides in Atlanta 3099
49 Evander Holyfield, heavyweight champion boxer 3082
50 Alton Brown, Peabody Award-winning creator and host of the Food Network program Good Eats. 3012
51 Chipper Jones, baseball player 2867
52 OJ da Juiceman 2841
53 Alice Walker, 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction The Color Purple 2774
54 Steven Soderbergh, film director 2768
55 Holly Hunter, actress 2692
56 Ty Pennington, actor 2680
57 Cartel, punk/power pop band 2565
58 Hank Aaron, Baseball Hall of Famer and the major leagues' home run leader from April 1974 to August 2007 2543
59 Sevendust, alt metal band 2482
60 Alan Jackson, country singer 2477
61 Jason Aldean, country singer 2467
62 Robert Patrick, actor, best remembered as the "T-1000" in Terminator 2: Judgment Day 2371
63 Jermaine Dupri, rapper, producer 2324
64 Keith Sweat, singer/songwriter/producer 2245
65 Paula Deen, cooking show host on Food Network 2228
66 Collective Soul, alt rock band 2208
67 Raven, professional wrestler 2176
68 112, R&B quartet 2169
69 Fit Finlay, professional wrestler 2077
70 Goodie Mob, rap group 2025
71 Xscape, R&B Group 1982
72 William Regal, professional wrestler 1942
73 India.Arie, R&B singer 1932
74 Yung Joc, rapper 1861
75 Erika "Nik" Pace, contestant on America's Next Top Model Cycle 5, currently modeling for Ford Models 1790
76 Billy Currington, country singer 1787
77 Ying Yang Twins, hip hop duo 1778
78 Chris Lowell, actor, Veronica Mars 1745
79 Victoria Principal, actress (Dallas) 1624
80 Gorilla Zoe, rapper 1613
81 Jerry Reed, country singer 1607
82 Jasmine Guy, actress 1589
83 Pastor Troy, rapper 1575
84 Fonzworth Bentley, rapper 1560
85 Oliver Hardy, comedian 1557
86 Leo Frank, Jewish lynching victim 1547
87 David Justice, retired MLB baseball player 1486
88 Devon Werkheiser, actor, (Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide) 1482
89 Boyz n da Hood, rap group 1349
90 Polow da Don, music producer 1335
91 Luke Bryan, country singer 1322
92 Christopher Massey, actor, Zoey 101 1321
93 Bubba Sparxxx, rapper 1310
94 Bobby V, R&B singer 1264
95 Buff Bagwell, professional wrestler 1254
96 Family Force 5, crunk rock band 1236
97 RichGirl, R&B quartet 1230
98 Shawty Lo, rapper/part of D4L 1223
99 Joe Scarborough, former US Congressman and MSNBC personality 1219
100 Indigo Girls, Folk and pop duo 1200
101 DeForest Kelley, actor, Star Trek 1188
102 Deborah Norville, host of Inside Edition, former co-host of The Today Show with Bryant Gumbel prior to Katie Couric 1180
103 Young Dro, rapper 1152
104 DJ Drama DJ 1149
105 Jeff Foxworthy, actor & comedian 1118
106 Manchester Orchestra, indie rock band fronted by Andy Hull 1096
107 John Pemberton, chemist and inventor of Coca-Cola 1093
108 Black Lips, flower punk band 1058
109 Arrested Development, hip hop group 1055
110 Will Wright, computer game designer, best known for creating Simcity and The Sims 1038
111 B5, R&B/hip hop group 1024
112 Trisha Yearwood, country singer 1024
113 Brenda Lee, singer 1021
114 Dominique Wilkins, former NBA player 1020
115 Margaret Mitchell, 1937 Pulitzer Prize for the Novel Gone with the Wind 978
116 Abdullah the Butcher, professional wrestler 973
117 Bobby Jones, only player ever to have won golf's Grand Slam 960
118 John Heisman, coach and college trophy namesake 899
119 Travis Tritt, country singer 873
120 Dallas Austin, music executive/producer 873
121 Crime Mob, rap group 869
122 Wayne Williams, convicted murderer and suspected serial killer 857
123 Jamal Lewis, Running Back 833
124 Blaque, R&B group 818
125 Norma Jean, metalcore band 786
126 Zion I, California rappers born in Atlanta 777
127 Dale Murphy, retired MLB baseball player 753
128 Kip Pardue, actor 735
129 Pat Conroy, contemporary Atlanta-born author of The Prince of Tides, Beach Music, and The Great Santini. 671
130 Andrew Young, Ambassador to the UN under President Carter, civil rights activist and former mayor of Atlanta 669
131 The Atlanta Rhythm Section, pop/rock band 658
132 Butch Walker 650
133 Phil Niekro, retired MLB baseball player 634
134 Lindsey Vonn, 2006, 2010 Olympic skier. (part time resident of Atlanta, also lives in Germany and Vail, Colorado) 632
135 General Larry Platt, Civil rights leader, famous for his 2010 performance of Pants on the Ground during the auditions of Season 9 of American Idol. 610
136 Neal Boortz, talk radio host, author with Congressman John Linder, The FairTax Book 552
137 Gutzon Borglum, sculptor of Mount Rushmore and the first aborted Stone Mountain carving 550
138 Evan and Jaron, pop duo 509
139 Shawn Mullins, singer-songwriter 497
140 Sound Tribe Sector 9, jam band 491
141 Dem Franchize Boyz, rap group 483
142 Josh Smith, current NBA player 474
143 Arthur Blank, co-founder of Home Depot and the current owner of the Atlanta Falcons 462
144 Jennifer Paige, singer 446
145 D4L, rap group 440
146 Jennifer Holliday, Broadway actress/singer 438
147 Dean Rusk, US Secretary of State 1961 to 1969 under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson 420
148 William Luther Pierce, neo-Fascist 419
149 Walt Frazier, former NBA player 414
150 Asa Griggs Candler, founder of The Coca-Cola Company 413
151 Mr. Collipark, hip hop producer 405
152 Magicicada, experimental 404
153 Sleepy Brown, R&B singer 399
154 Shawty Redd, producer/rapper 397
155 Joel Chandler Harris, author of Uncle Remus 397
156 Johnny Isakson, U.S. Senator from Georgia 393
157 Unk, rapper 388
158 Javaris Crittenton, current NBA player 382
159 Demolition Ax, professional wrestler 376
160 Sam Nunn, United States Senator from Georgia (1972 until 1996), particularly influential in defense 374
161 S. Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A 367
162 James Dickey, poet and novelist 359
163 Blind Willie McTell, famous for his song, "Statesboro Blues" popularized by The Allman Brothers Band and a major influence to the works of Bob Dylan 358
164 Clark Howard, talk radio host 343
165 Shuler Hensley, Broadway and film actor 337
166 Monica Calhoun, actress 329
167 DJ Toomp, producer 327
168 Killer Mike, rapper 326
169 Bobbie Eakes, actress on Bold and the Beautiful 263
170 Drivin N Cryin, folk/rock band featuring Kevin Kinney 255
171 Bernard Marcus, co-founder of Home Depot and primary funding source for the Georgia Aquarium 252
172 Trillville, rap group 251
173 Elijah Kelley, actor 243
174 Hubie Brown, former NBA coach 239
175 Mark Wills, country singer 237
176 Lewis Grizzard, journalist and author 234
177 Shop Boyz, rap group 233
178 Lemuel Grant, early Atlanta railroad man, landowner, engineer and businessman 224
179 RonReaco Lee, actor 217
180 Mary Lou Williams, jazz pianist, composer and arranger 215
181 Don Curry, actor 208
182 Isabella Acres, child actress 206
183 Anne Cox Chambers, co-owner of Cox Enterprises 195
184 Henry W. Grady, editor of the Atlanta Constitution 188
185 Robert Shaw, conductor 184
186 Jimmy Rave, professional wrestler 180
187 Kilo Ali, pioneer Atlanta rapper 174
188 Alicia Leigh Willis, actress on General Hospital 171
189 Maynard Jackson, former mayor 161
190 Lucius D. Clay, "father" of the Berlin Airlift (1948–49), the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways and the [link] - known as [link] 156
191 Brett Butler, retired MLB baseball player 152
192 Robert W. Woodruff, Coca-Cola executive 151
193 Speech, rapper/singer/producer 141
194 Bert Parks, longtime host of the Miss America Pageant and many television game shows 133

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