B. Cox reviews Atlanta hip-hop group Goodie Mob's 1995 debut album Soul Food. It is a foundational album for Atlanta and southern hip-hop and a gripping, yet brutally honest commentary of the ills within Atlanta and the black community at-large: mass incarceration, racism, gentrification, income disparity, and injustice.
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