The title is thought provoking to say the least. Many would argue that Hip Hop did not originate in the South, this film proves otherwise.
This is quite the historical documentary that chronicles the rise of Southern hip hop from being an underdog culture overlooked by the masses, to becoming the most influential and emulated sound around the world.
Beginning with the origins of hip hop in New York's notorious South Bronx, this documentary examines the evolution of Southern hip hop from its roots in blues, jazz, soul, disco and spoken word. Detailing the individual histories of the five major hubs in Southern rap music (Miami, New Orleans, Memphis, Houston, Atlanta); this project delivers exclusive interviews from the artists, producers, DJs, CEOs and music industry professionals who brought Southern hip hop to life.
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