Atlanta’s new Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday that her transition team will include two rappers who’ve proven themselves to be abreast of the city’s political landscape. Southern spitters T.I.  and Killer Mike will be sharing their insight on the city of Atlanta with Mayor Bottoms, as well as various CEOs and educators.

“I am grateful to announce this 38-strong transition team. It represents a tremendous amount of diversity and depth, and really the best and the brightest in the city of Atlanta.”

The group will help Bottoms carry out her platform of affordable housing, overhauling the city hall corruption scandal and improving education, according to The Jasmine Brand.

“I really want them to come with fresh ideas, and bring to me their recommendation for best practices for the city of Atlanta,” she continued. “To make sure we attract the best talent in the city and we are forward thinking and not just worried about the issues we are facing today but build a team that can project out for many years in the city.“

Recently, Bottoms topped Inc. magazine’s list of  “18 inspiring women to watch in 2018.”

The magazine bragged about Bottoms’ “willingness to speak her mind, citing her mayor victory acceptance speech, specifically, Bottoms’ mention of changing the world.

“This campaign started around the kitchen table, with a group of women who didn’t have campaign experience but believed we could change the world,” she said.

Inc. mag isn’t the only list that recognized how outstanding of a person Bottoms is. The Atlanta Business Chronicle also listed Bottoms as one of Atlanta’s  18 movers and shakers  to pay attention to this year.