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In anticipation of the 2010 VH1 Hip Hop Honors: The Dirty South, which airs on June 7, Complex and Miss Info have teamed with the network to celebrate this year's honorees with exclusive coverage.
With Hip Hop Honors on the way, it only made sense for us to talk with the two guys who created it, Fab 5 Freddy and Nelson George. Complex Executive Editor Peter Rubin sat down with the legends to discuss why Southern rap was chosen as the focus this year, and also the criticism surrounding the term "Dirty South." Watch the main interview above, then check out two Complex-exclusive clips below...
On Early Memories Of The Southern Hip Hop:
The 25 Greatest Rap-A-Lot Songs Of All Time
The 25 Greatest Luke Songs Of All Time
The 25 Greatest Organized Noize Songs Of All Time