Serum's "Afro Pick 2" Featuring REKS and DJ Heron Free for Download

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The Mayhem Revolution
There might be some who'll argue that prolific MC Serum's been promising his next full-length, P.C.P. (Pre Campaign Propaganda) for some time now. That might be true, but I'm not here to proselytize, question the feasibility of certain hair products or ponder the great unknowns of the music industry. All I know is based on cold, hard facts.

Serum does more in one morning than the "most interesting guy in the world" does in one scripted, commercial shoot. The man gives most of his work away for free! And they ain't bad tracks! As a champion of our local underground, I must say, Serum brings everything to the table that should make hip-hop viable.

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25 Best South Florida Rappers of All Time: From 5 to 1

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Michael McElroy, Miami New Times
The creator of "Rapp Dirty."
We've named every SoFla emcee hailed from the golf courses of Coral Springs to the thong bikinis of South Beach. But who's in our top five, you ask?

There's only one way to find out.

Check the cut for the five best South Florida rappers of all time.

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25 Best South Florida Rappers of All Time: From 10 to 6

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You love "Ice, Ice Baby," don't even front.
We're getting close to the end, folks.

So far, you've gotten a taste of the slow-grinding, culo-clapping fiesta that is the South Florida rap game.

As we now lightly-tread the first half of the top ten, prepare for tremendo slow-grinding. We are the strip club capital after all.

Check the cut for numbers 10 to 6 in County Grind's 25 top South Florida rappers of all time.

See also: 25 Best South Florida Rappers of All Time: From 15 to 11

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25 Best South Florida Rappers of All Time: From 15 to 11

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Sayre Berman
When Dr. Dre rapped, "We in that sunshine state with a bomb ass hemp beat/the state where ya never find a dance floor empty" on 1995's "California Love," we'd like to think he was subliminally calling out Florida.

We started booty bass, after all.

Check the cut for numbers 15 to 11 in County Grind's 25 top South Florida rappers of all time. Your favorite homegrown papi chulo and screaming DJ are in tow.

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25 Best South Florida Rappers of All Time: From 20 to 16

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Ace Hood reps the 954 always. We like that.
Yesterday, we kicked off our list with "Get Fucked Up" party boys Iconz and reminisced to the Buckwheat Boyz's "Peanut Butter Jelly Time." Experimental rap reared its funny head with newbies SpaceGhostPurrp and Robb Bank$.

Today, we've thrown a few SoFla party rap big shots and classic Miami bassheads into the mix.

After the cut, catch numbers 20 to 16 in County Grind's 25 Top South Florida rappers of all time.

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25 Best South Florida Rappers of All Time: From 25 to 21

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Alex Markow
Robb Bank$ representing BroCo at the Mad Decent Block Party Revolution stop.
North Florida's kind of weird. Nothing ever seems to get accomplished in T-Town. And the landscape above the I-4 corridor is a desiccant abyss of 'villes (Jacksonville, Gainesville, Crawfordville, etc., I'm talkin' to you).

On the the other hand, South Florida is at the sweltering foreground of the Sunshine State -- teeming with beautiful people, tropical wetlands, and most importantly, cafe con leche (OK, we're biased). Like they say, it's always dirtier in the South. And dirty is usually how we most like our hip-hop.

The region is home to a horde of rap heavyweights -- Miami birthed Uncle Luke's booty bass (the genre turned 20 in March!), and then there's our dearest, bearded talent Rick Ross from right over in Carol City. (Sorry Jax, you can keep Limp Bizkit.) We've compiled a numbered list of South Florida's 25 greatest rappers of all time. The genius starts here.

See also: Miami Booty Bass: Ten Best Acts of All Time

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