Soul Food is an accidental classic: a holy scripture in Dirty South survival. The flows are relentless, the beats rattle the trunk, and the game knows no end. An intimate grounding in the spiritual and sociopolitical drive the Mob’s mentality to give you every key and consequence to this life, extending its hand to join the frontlines of a physical and spiritual war with no end in sight. How much is a Black life worth? Why we got the poor at all? Who put the dope in the hood? When them boys out to get you and the system out to end you, what’s the difference? Goodie Mob’s debut features a blueprint for two decades of hip-hop following it, serving the grit and glory of Georgia life on a paper plate with white bread. Put some greens on that plate, before ya mama see you.