1. A song by Hip Hop/R&B artist Drake widely believed to be about a stripper or video vixen (it is never distinguished 100% by anything other than Drake saying to "throw your ones up in the air for her"). However, despite the topic of the song, "Houstatlantavegas" clearly represents a fictional setting/city, combining the names of three major cities with a very hostile/lively nightlife, in which lights are flashing, people are moving, and there is no sign of slowing down; if not a state of mind in which it is called "Houstatlantavegas" in order to represent an accelerated train of thought lacking anything wholesome, substantial, or important, an almost "high off life" mentality. Drake states in the hook "She just stuck in Houstatlantavegas", so to speak of "Houstatlantavegas" out of the context of the song is the equivalent of saying something is 'lost in the sauce', or somewhere something can't be found/reached or brought back; It is stuck in "Houstatlantavegas".
A. If you don't know specifically where you are, it would be safe to say you're stuck in Houstatlantavegas, providing the environment fits the implied description in the song.
B. In a party, lounge/bar or (especially) club setting, where you are having a little too much fun to be completely coherent. Your phone rings, or a text comes in, asking what it is you're doing or where it is you're at, to which you reply that you are currently "stuck in Houstatlantavegas".
C. Don't put it past one to describe a high or drug trip to be the equivalent of being "stuck in Houstatlantavegas", obviously using the name extremely loose and referring to Houstatlantavegas to a state of mind.
A combination of the three Major cities (Houston Atlanta,and Vegas. excluding Miami) known for their strippers/video vixens and nightlife that seems to go on into day because you will can never see pass the neon lights.more...
Any strip club.
It's also city of the mind, Houstatlantavegas, a place where all the strippers cry real tears in between shifts but their mascara never runs. Where Drake will always be in Someway depressed about his lack of connection with the stripper proving his entertainment who almost become nameless faces in his life , staring at his own reflection in the mirror and seeing a life projected back at him that he's not entirely comfortable with. Success is rotten. He's shifting from foot to foot in the strip club's bathroom, everything blurry around the edges and bright like neon from the Lean. He's going to walk back out there and tell her how much she means to him. Still, he can't help himself; he imagines the event like a scene from a movie and he can't help but critique all the performances, his own especially. So he stands there, paralyzed, Aubrey Graham as Drake and his reflection in the bathroom mirror. She's trapped in Houstatlantavegas, but if she can accumulate enough scratch she can leave. In Drake's shoulders and eyes you can read the expression of someone who cannot make the same claim about his own exit from the prison he himself has erected.
Notable Residents: Sad strippers, Anonymous customers, Drake
A form of mental hell. To be in Houstatlantavegas, is a dark place where depression is rampant, and one has lost both sanity and control it his or her actions. The victim will constantly have "bad days" become emotionally unstable and overly clingy. It is quite common to land in Houstatlantavegas after being played or going through a breakup.
Being in Houstatlantavegas may last from days to years. This is depending on how strong the will of victim is.
Person 1: What's wrong with him?
Person 2: He's in Houstatlantavegas