Lyricist Lounge: Dirty States of America

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Released 2003

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Lyricist Lounge: Dirty States of America

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2003
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Lyricist Lounge: Dirty States of America is a documentary profiling the most prolific and seminal hip-hop artists from the American south. Southern hip-hop has a rich and storied history, and one that has gone unheard for many years due to its marginalization. Its position on the periphery of the national spotlight for years and years allowed southern hip-hop to develop in a slow, nuanced way that allowed for different styles and approaches to grow in their own way. Lyricist Lounge: Dirty States of America traces the histories that took place in the south since the 90's by highlighting major geographic locations where scenes developed, as well as investigating those who were instrumental in allowing those scenes to exist. Over the course of the film we visit Miami, Atlanta, Memphis and Houston to spend time with Southern legends like UGK, DJ Screw, Hitman Sammy Sam, David Banner, Juvenile, T.I., OutKast, Mystikal, Scarface, Killer Mike, Goodie Mob, Petey Pablo, Big Gipp and many others.moreless
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    Arts, Documentary, Music

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