Playing tracks by
2 Chainz, Ludacris and Nelly.
Forget what you’ve heard about Southern modesty, all bets are off when it comes to the hip-hop game in the Dirty South. On today’s episode, we’ll hear from some of the rappers who’ve been keeping it real and raw since day one. From Miami, it’s ”da baddest bitch” of them all, Trina, followed by her successors and collaborators, the brash and brazen duo City Girls; then it's Palm Beach, Florida's moodiest rapper, the Bronx-born wifisfuneral. You’ll also listen to Tennessee’s trap rap gawd Young Dolph; Chattanooga’s “underground rap mom” Bbymutha; and Baton Rouge's trillest, Lil Boosie. And course, no visit to the South would be complete without some words from Jermaine Dupri, one of Atlanta’s all-time greatest hitmakers, founder of So So Def and the man behind Mariah Carey, Usher, Lil Kim, Destiny's Child and so many more,