Why is the South awesome? Easy:
Warm weather, good food and Dexter McCluster.
The first two are easy to understand. However, you may not be privy to Dexter’s greatness just yet. Sure, you know him as the former Ole Miss football standout, but you may not know that Dexter is a standout rapper as well. He doesn’t stand out for his talent as much as he stands out for being the lone Black person that still Harlem Shakes.
Don’t believe me? Just check this fantastically awkward and cringeworthy commercial he does for Cellular South where he raps about the ills of texting and driving. At first, I didn’t see what the big fuss about texting and driving was. But now I hate anyone that texts and drives. It’s because of you that videos like this are made. If you’d have just run over those pedestrians while drunk like the good old days then we wouldn’t have this mess.
JoJo Levesque – Can’t Take That Away From Me
Kev – Reality Music
VT Union – The VT Union Is Dead
Chase N. Cashe – Vintage
Skipp Coon & Mr. Nick – Sophomore Slump Vol. 1: Independents Day EP
Wrekonize (of ¡Mayday!) – A Soiree For Skeptics
Sam Adams – Party Records
D. Schwartz – 12 Shotz
Nickelus F – Commercials (No DJ Version)
DJ Scream & Princess – P.S.A.
Actual Proof – The Free EP
Keyz, The-Dream & New Music Cartel – Dream Killers (Collabo Edition)
Jermaine Durpri – I Think I’m Berry Gordy
DJ Ill Will, DJ Rockstar & Meek Mill – Mr.Philadelphia
Marky: Journey to Markyland, USA: The Rest Stop Series
C-San – California Wax Museum
DJ Books – Aaliyah The Goddess
Joe Clark – Eve Van Cauter Project
K. Sparks – The Trilogy Chapter 2: The Demonstration
Ransom – Best Of Both Traps
Alexander Spit – Until Next Summer
Charles Hamilton & H2 – Starchaser Radio
Charles Hamilton – Snap Crackle Pop
Jurrarri – Hot With No Radio Play
Phene – Leap Of Faith
Noah Jones – The Incinerator
OnCue- Cuey Sings The Blues