In the Hip-Hop world, putting an entire state on the map is an unyielding task. Say you're from California, images of Death Row's glory days arise. New York has Bad Boy, Wu-Tang, Nas, Jay and the list goes on. Georgia boasts Outkast, T.I., Ludacris and others. Louisiana touts No Limit, Cash Money and Boosie. Texas has Scarface, UGK, and, well, by now the point should be made. Certain places gain respect off their predecessors. The state of South Carolina may have Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen, but their mainstream Hip Hop presence could stand to use a steroid shot. That's not to be said the state has no talent either because such a belief is far from the truth.
I switched my style to better my position/Now a n*gga know the game like a woman's intuition...
<a href="http://twitter.com/righchus">Righchus</a> (pronounced "righteous;" I know, I messed up too) may not be the lone answer in allotting the state its long awaited notoriety, but good music is good music regardless if a million people hear it or 100 people play it faithfully.