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Rosenberg grills the members of Goodie on their overall creative process, their early days as a group and much more. They explain how a copy of Behold A Pale Horse given to them by Busta Rhymes informed their distinct socio-political messages and how they felt like civil rights activists in fighting for Southern Rap to be recognized. They also talk about how their process has changed as they’ve grown and matured as individuals.

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