“Bubba Sparxxx has always had competing tendencies in his music. On the one hand, as the first white Southern rapper with any national visibility, he seemed possessed with bringing his unique point of view to an industry that wasn’t all that interested in what a chubby white dude from rural Georgia had to say. On the other hand, he wanted to make money and was unequivocal about his desire to sell records.”—Adam Finley
Sunday, October 5 2014
PopMatters' picks for the best albums of the 2000s begins with a series of albums that spans epic metal, ornate indie folk, and a terrifying work of electronic music.
Thursday, July 17 2014
Bubba Sparxxx has made plenty of good songs and a couple of great albums. Made on McCosh Mill Road, unfortunately, has very few of the former and is not the latter.
Sunday, April 2 2006
Bubba Sparxxx doesn't go bling and boring, so much as rejoice in it, splash around in it, rub it all over itself and go sprinting through the fields.
Thursday, September 18 2003
Monday, October 8 2001
Neither Eminem nor Bubba Sparxxx actually raise that many real questions -- except about the importance of image and marketing in what is supposed to the form that represents the authentic voice of Now.