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Hip-hop ain’t died because of the South

December 7, 2006

PFM

To the South’s credit, they kept the lights on in hip-hop for at least two years. And I rock with all their records. Hip-hop ain’t died because of the South, that’s retarded. When I named the album originally, I thought I bit off more than I could chew but you’d be an idiot to think I’m talking about how the South killed hip-hop or how New York isn’t where it should be or where it once was. It was like, “Damn, I need to explain this?” But I thought, “Nah, the proof is right there. We should know what it is.” I expect the hip-hop audience to be avant garde. I want them to be where I’m at or beyond where I’m at.

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