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Nappy Roots, Nappy Dot Org

The Nappy Roots haven’t retained the mainstream relevancy they first realized with 2002’s Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz and the “Awnaw” and “Po’ Folks” singles it spawned in the near decade since. In that time, though, the five-man Kentucky-based group has continued to churn out solid soul-drenched countrified offerings and again do so with their latest opus, Nappy Dot Org. Coming with their signature country boy sound, the quintet reaches new depths with this 11-track offering. With the collaborative efforts of Atlanta’s Organized Noize orchestrating production on the entire album, it has a track for every mood. “The Legend Lives On” is ...

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