Dirty South: OutKast, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, And The Southern Rappers Who Reinvented Hip-Hop By Ben Westhoff

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Time was, rap that hailed from New York and LA ruled the charts - then, the southern sound came along and shook things up, dominating the scene. In this paperback book, author Ben Westhoff investigates the southern rap phenomenon, from partying with the 2 Live Crew's Luke Campbell to visiting the neighborhoods where T.I. and Lil Wayne grew up, talking to everyone from Big Boi to DJ Smurf and Ms. Peachez along the way, Learn all about the celebrated-but-dark history of Rap-A-Lot Records, the lethal rivalry between Atlanta MCs Gucci Mane and Young Jeezy, see what Scarface has to say about his time in a mental institution and read exclusive interviews with notable southern rap stars - it's all here, and it's all amazing. Published by Chicago Review Press.

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- Imported
 
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- 288 pages
- Width: 5.50"
- Height: 8.50"

Style #:30225106 Dirty South: OutKast, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, And The Southern Rappers Who Reinvented Hip-Hop By Ben Westhoff