"The South got something to say!"
-Andre 3000 at the 1995 Source Awards
In a controversial moment Outkast was honored with the award for Best New Artist, which was met with boos that created the famous qoute "The South got something to say!". Little did Andre know his words would ring true decades later for artists who are currently dominating the charts, the playlists & the airwaves. Manito & Reaux give you their take on who has spearheaded the South's most recent reign & belongs atop its Mt. Rushmore.
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