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Why Goodie Mob's Soul Food Is the Greatest Atlanta Rap Album of All Timenew

The money. The power. The trap. The New South. The War on Drugs. The Red Dogs. The Dixie flags. The Million Man March. The Atlanta Child Murders. The black mecca. The 20th anniversary of ‘Soul Food.’ The South Had Something to Say.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Rodney Carmichael  |  12-11-2015  |  Music

Goodie Mob Reconnects, Gets Back to the Musicnew

It's hard to love Southern hip-hop and not love Goodie Mob. It seems like the mere mention of the group that gave us "They Don't Dance No Mo," "Cell Therapy" and coined the phrase "Dirty South" makes fans get all nostalgic.
Creative Loafing (Charlotte)  |  Mike McCray  |  02-11-2010  |  Profiles & Interviews

A Dirty Job for Goodie Mobnew

With Cee-Lo back in the fold, Atlanta's Goodie Mob returns to salvage the real Dirty South.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Maurice Garland  |  09-22-2009  |  Profiles & Interviews

Literary Crunknew

Author Tamara Palmer digs deep into the formerly indie world of crunk country to explain the Dirty South's rap explosion.
Miami New Times  |  Eric K. Arnold  |  06-27-2005  |  Nonfiction

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