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About the Club

It all started from an article I read and negative comments on that article expressing how horrible the South is. It really pissed me off to see these things because I am from the South and I love the South! These negative comments motivated me to want to do something to celebrate and showcase the Dirty South in a positive light so I started this venture. Read more dirt…

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Thanks for stopping by and we hope you enjoy your stay here at the club. If you have questions, wish to become a Club Crush or just want to drop us a note on what a good job we’re doing showing the South some love, please do so by clicking Read more dirt below. Someone will respond to your email within 24-48 hours. Read more dirt…

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Keeping it Real and Raw with Author Brittney Pressley

In today’s Dirty South Club spotlight, we give some shine to author Brittney Pressley. I was impressed with Brittney’s grind-game from my first time encountering her. The creativity used to promote her books, the grind and her realness were just a few factors in making her a part of the Dirty South Club family. Read more dirt…

Smile You’re On Cal’s Camera – A Candid Interview with Director & Cinematographer Camera Cal

In today’s Dirty South Club spotlight we give a little shine to director and cinematographer Camera Cal. Cal is the founder of independent production company Bus41 Films. Though he is making a name for himself in the world of music videos, this visionary will be giving us feature films in the near future. Read more dirt…

New Music – Greg G’s “I95”

A Camera Cal Film

Investing in People – The Dirty South Club Mission

It’s my prayer & desire that God positions Dirty South Club to be a medium through which we motivate and encourage others by sharing the hearts, minds, and endeavors of those that we are fortunate enough to spotlight. That’s the mission.

Pouring something of substance into people, investing in a work that’ll build up others in some way and never rot away; one that will always add to people and stay with them forever….
I’m on it – C. Huey

The Abstract Creative: Behind the Art of Painter Africa Harris

In today’s Dirty South Club spotlight, we give a little shine and our #WCW honors to freelance abstract and collage painter Africa Harris. She talks wanting people to enjoy her work as much as she does, finding inspiration in people and good energy and loving the culture of the South! Read more dirt…

New Music – TANI


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Changing the World One Girl at a Time With Ericka Ellis

In today’s Dirty South Club spotlight we give some shine and our #WCW honors to writer Ericka Ellis. Ericka took the time to share with us the inspiration behind her love for writing, her mission to Move Foster Girls Forward, and more of what she loves about the Dirty South. Read more dirt…

#ILovetheDirtySouth – Katarina

What I love about the South? Hmmm. Growing up, I loved the way that us kids on the block looked out for one another. Blood was just as thick as water down there. We all held each other down! Read more dirt…

Zydeco’s Curley Taylor talks Music, His Fascination with Cars and Following Your Soul

Today’s Dirty South Club spotlight honors go to Zydeco artist & musician Curley Taylor. I asked Curley if he would take some time out of his schedule to share a bit with us about his background in music, some of the best advice he’s ever received and of course what he loves most about the Dirty South. Take a moment and read on as we go behind the music with Curley below. Read more dirt…

New Music – Susan Carol’s Ride or Die



Shipley Do-Nuts and the Big 80

This month, a Dirty South favorite of mine will turn 80 years old. That’s why today’s Dirty South Club spotlight honors go to the delicious Shipley Do-Nuts! Though you can find donuts and donut shops of all kinds in many places, Shipley still remains a fave for generations of Southerners, especially Houstonians.  Read more dirt…

Listening to Jesus Musik with Sketch the Journalist

I can’t remember my exact first experience with Christian Hip Hop, or some like to call it Holy Hip Hop. However, I do have many memorable experiences that have stayed with me. The one that sticks out the most is when a friend, who at the time went by the rap name Son of Jesse, invited me to a workshop and award show in Houston, I believe it was the Texas Holy Hip Hop Achievement Awards at that time. I figured I would give the events a try, not to mention SOJ was a speaker for one of the workshops — we in there! Read more dirt…

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