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The 50 Greatest Sophomore Albums in Hip-Hop History

45. Bubba Sparxxx, Deliverance (2003)

Label: Beatclub, Interscope

Eager to prove that he had more to offer than wrestling pigs over Timbaland beats, Bubba Sparxxx returned with more of a "country" sound. There's the harmonica break from "Sly Fox Chase" on "Jimmy Mathis" and washboard percussion and fiddle on "She Tried." He mixed the usual bragging and party tracks with some more personal subject matter as he continued his mission to rep the New South and break away from redneck stereotypes. Thanks to the efforts of Timbaland and Organized Noise, he created the best Southern White Boy Rap to date.

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