Suavehouse Records Presents: Southern Federation is mostly a collection of second-rate dirty south cuts marketed on the strength of names like Eightball & MJG, Tela, and Mr. Mike (all three names are proudly displayed on the cover of the compilation) although these artists barely make an appearance on the set. Nothing here is absolutely terrible, it is just clear that the standards at Suavehouse aren't remarkably high. There are a few great hooks on the comp, most notably on Bossman's "Changes," and Keno Valentino's absurdly stupid, but comedic and catchy sex anthem, "Dope Dick." However, even though there are these few high points, for the most part, this collection could serve as a testament to why the label no longer exists.
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AllMusic Review by Gregory McIntosh