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Rasheeda
Georgia Peach

Despite numerous attempts to establish herself as a consistent presence within the crunk scene since the early ’90s, Rasheeda has had little luck making noise outside of her Atlanta stomping grounds. Her 2000 debut, Dirty South, and its 2002 follow-up, Ghetto Dream, sold just over 26,000 copies collectively. Based on the Southern belle’s overreliance on repetitive production and sex talk, her latest disc, Georgia Peach, looks likely to suffer a similar fate. Rasheeda makes her overtly sexual message clear from the opening bars of the title track. Transforming producer Jasper Cameron’s tender medley of fluctuating synthesizers and twinkling keys into a ...

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