Mouths of the South 

Halfway home, the two most compelling Southern rap albums of the year.

At a time where mixtape culture has taken over most of the hip-hop world and major labels seem reluctant to release albums even by artists they choose to sign, it's no surprise that the two most interesting Southern rap/hip-hop albums of the…

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