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UGK is definitely one of the pioneers of the Down South rap music scene.Read more ›
Like the news I heard today, the album took me by complete surprise. I've never been a UGK fan, I first came across them on the "Don't Be Menace to South Central..." Soundtrack and I thought they had a nice track but I was not moved by their skills behind the MIC. I later heard them on 'Big Pimpin' with Jay-Z. That's when I started to take Bun B seriously but not enough to actually buy any of their music. However in 04/05 after Pimp's incarceration Bun B got on his grind and started putting in some real work in. He was literally featured on every Southern Artist's album and used every opportunity to shout "Free Pimp C" which became his motto. If I wasn't a fan before, this man's work ethic made me one. I see Lil Wayne is following the same path. I bought Bun B's solo CD "Trill" which was one of my favourite 05 CDs.
Fast forward to 2007 & Pimp C is home and UGK are back with a very ambitious double CD. I knew I would eventually buy this album but to be honest I never thought that they could hold down a double CD. I started reading the reviews on Amazon and other websites and they all had good things to say about this album so I decided to buy the CD, along with the new Jay-Z, the Little Brother CD, Chamillionaire and two other CDs I have procrastinated on which are Pharoah Monche's "Desire" and Blu & Exile's "Below The Heaven's". UGK was the one I was least excited about but after hearing the 1st couple of tracks all that changed. Only Jay-Z's "American Gangster" has gotten more spins.Read more ›
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ugk4life!!!!!! rip to my man pimp c you will always be missed and to bun b keep on singing.Published 18 months ago by Sarah Monster
"Underground Kingz" was shipped and met my standards. I gave it this ranking because i was pleased with the delievery.Published on March 20, 2013 by Jonathan
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You said the answer in your post: Jive Records.
They HISTORICALLY mees up careers and delay albums to the point of losing interest. Look at the two-and-a-half years "Dirty Money" got delayed. Look at last year's debacle with The Clipse.
I'd still be surprised if this album drops on... Read More
Mar 30, 2007 by Example: Mark Twain | See all 6 posts
Jun 25, 2007 by Ice Cream Man | See all 5 posts
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Should be... Nothing great came out in 2006 so...
Dec 25, 2006 by Greg H. | See all 8 posts
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