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Album Review

The similarity between the title of this album and the title of its predecessor is telling, since Big Pimp and Mr. G' Stacka hardly change their pitch, and as a result, the duo's ties to the Southern rap blueprint drawn by Outkast and Eightball & MJG remain tight. Just as the title implies, Keep It Pimp & Gangsta has little to do with a shift or progression, which actually suits them fine — they're far from original, but they do what they do so well that it simply doesn't matter. Most priceless moment: the falsetto Prince-style delivery of "Keep It," in which the cautionary chorus warns, "Your bitch ass about to die."


Formed: Montgomery, AL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Southern rap duo Dirty signed with Universal Records in late 2000 in the wake of the South's late-'90s emergence as a major force in the rap game, becoming the first major rap act to arise from Alabama. Originating from Montgomery, group members Big Pimp and Mr. G' Stacka fused quick-firing styles in the tradition of Southern pioneers OutKast with a unique Alabama-style pimp-meets-gangsta disposition and some refreshingly inventive production. With an elegant delivery, they stood above their legions...
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