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With The South In Charge Is Hip Hop Really Dead In The U.s.?

When Hip Hop broke out it it was the East, then it went to the West. That was when the NWA's, Spice 1, Mc Eiht, Warren G and the Deathrow people were in charge.

The South were hardly getting a look-in. Only peeps like Geto Boys were getting reviews.

Now, shesss itz the south all d way.

Just look at the music charts,  itz Young Jezzy,TI, Luda, Lil Wayne, Mike Jones, Yung Joc, Rich Boi and so many others filling our ear drums

Personally, I credit the South for taking Hip Hop to the mainstream, with the bubble-gum rhymes and funny dance routines (of course there are exceptions). Removing the sour taste all the east/west beef left.

Is the South preserving the Hip Hop essence people?

Like Esco said "Hip Hop is dead!

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whatever the south put some funk in hip hop, hip pop was getting boring!

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I had dis argument wit someone yesterday and we came to d conclusion dat d south is killin hip hop.dey have silly swags and all, dey rilly fuckin up hip hop. d only good ones re young jeezy, luda and kind of T.I

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Uggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i hear ya!

Where are all the Southern Hip Hop Lovers at?

I really want to understand why you love 'bling-bling bubble gum rap"!

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if hip hop is dead, then master P is the killer!

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I hope the South will lose steam and the Hip Hop crown returns to the East. Datz where it started that is where it belongs.

Enuff of dat laffy taffy crap!

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hip hop is dead, been dead

da music dey produce now is CRAP!!!!!

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whatever!, southern music it is,

its about time, hip hop is in rotation, its jus the south's turn, thats all,

am am feeling every beat, rhyme, step. when last do u remember having so much fun and goofing around on the dance floor?

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