During the decade of —, rap music produced in cities such as Atlanta, New Orleans, Memphis, Miami, and Houston transformed the margins into the rap mainstream. These years saw southern artists rise to national prominence, with a related surge in major label interest and investment in southern rap, a process encapsulated and expressed by the idea of the Dirty South. Through an examination of artists, music, promotional imagery, scholarly writing, and journalism, Miller surveys rap scenes in several southern cities. He explores the Dirty South as a geographical imaginary, and examines the widespread appropriation and adaptation of the trope of "dirtiness.
Only last night, I was surprised to see Colin Powell[ex-civil service fince guru] saying that Jersey needed to move to transparency, to show that we are not stealing other nations' tax. He then offered Singapore as an example! Now I see why. I'll try to sum it up in a post of mine.
You scream, I scream! We all scream for ice cream! Growing up, I remember my Me-maw had ice cream every day maybe she still does? It was her very favorite thing. I was a weird kid and didn't care for sweets at all, so back then, I didn't get her undying love for creamy frozen desserts. But something happened when I went vegan in — I developed a sweet tooth! And a love for ice cream!
Pages Home. Monday, February 18, Were Back!!! It has been awhile has it not? Well don't worry because the DSC crew is back in action. In fact many of the DSC crew have been going on some crazy adventures!