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It’s time for another Mixtape Monday and this time we’re doin’ it big for the Dirty South!

The southern region of this country has long had a strong-hold on American culture, cuisine, and music and although the south is widely known for it’s on-going struggle with deep racism and wide-spread poverty, the music that comes from it projects resiliency and soul.

Shout out to Chicago. I kept wanting to add my favorite gospel songs but they all came from the Windy City. All of the musicians from this playlist are from cities and states below the so-called Mason Dixon line. Except for **one**, but we couldn’t NOT include that song on this playlist. So without further adieu, LET’S GET CRUNK!

 

Pimp Tha Pen – Lil Keke DJ Screw (Texas)

Butterflies – Kacy Musgraves (Texas)

Me & My Old School – Big KRIT (Mississippi)

Meet Me – Junior Kimbrough (Mississippi)

Night Time Is The Right Time – Ray Charles (Georgia)

We Ready – Pastor Troy (Georgia)

Dunes – Alabama Shakes (Alabama)

Rumble – Link Wray (North Carolina)

Nolia Clap – Juvenile (New Orleans)

Jackson – Johnny Cash ft. June Carter Cash (Tennessee)

Throw It Up – Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz  (Georgia)

Rosa Parks – Outkast (Georgia)

Soft- Kings of Leon (Tennessee)

Jolene – Dolly Parton (Tennessee)

Didn’t Cha Know – Erykah Badu (Texas)

Hay -Crucial Conflict (**Chicago **¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )

Always On My Mind – Willie Nelson (Texas)

Rock Yo Hips – Crime Mob (Georgia)

Daddy Lessons – Beyoncé (Texas)

You Don’t Know How It Feels – Tom Petty (Florida)

What A Wonderful Thing Love Is – Al Green (Arkansas)

Pocket Full of Stones – UGK (Texas)