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UGK's first Jive release, the gold-certified Ridin' Dirty, entered Billboard's Top 200 at #15. Their long-awaited sophomore release. Dirty Money, debuted at #1 on Billboard's Rap Album Chart, #2 on the R & B Album Chart, and #18 in the Top 200 chart, scanning almost 100,000 units in its first week. What makes this even more impressive is that UGK had not released a record in 5 years a real testament to the loyalty of their fans. While the fans clamored or more, in 2000 UGK made a high-profile guest appearance on Jay-Z's smash hit 'Big Pimpin' and also appeared on Three 6 Mafia's hit 'Sippin' on Da Syrup' later the very same year. It's been a while, and IGK has a lot to say! Underground Kingz is a special 2 CD set! Not only that, folks celebrating UGK's return are a veritable who's who of the inner circle, and they lined up to lend their talents for UGK's eighth. They include Three 6 Mafia, Lil Joh, Scarface, Mannie Fresh, Too Short, T.I., Rick Ross, Slim Thugz, Sleepy Brown, Young Jeezy, Charlie Wilson, Swizz Beatz, Andre 3000, and more! Key cuts include 'Like Dat,' produced by Lil Jon, 'Back on the Slab,' produced by Jazze Pha, and 'In the Past,' featuring Charlie Wilson! In 2006, UGK is free and pimpin' again, just like you wish you could. Their self-titled, highly anticipated, star-studded, and no holds barred release is simply put the perfect stocking stuffer!

For starters, some props. Thanks to Scarface and especially Joshua Lopez, the pair of overly indulgent discs on UGK's 29-track opus boasts the best hip-hop guitar work since the turn of the millennium. Almost to the last track, Texans Chad "Pimp C" Butler and Bernard "Bun B" Freeman coax deeply visceral, classic soul-funk mojo from their collaborators on the six-strings. UGK once helped put the Houston rap scene on the national map, circa albums like Super Tight…(1994) and Ridin' Dirty (1996), but Underground Kingz celebrates Pimp C's release from a three-year incarceration. Fittingly, a various and pedigreed roster of guests drops respectful cameos, including Talib Kweli ("Real Women"), Too Short ("Life is 2009"), Outkast and Three 6 Mafia ("Int'l Players Anthem"), Big Daddy Kane ("Next Up"), and Dizzee Rascal. Lyrically, most of this double-hammer drops in verses short on skill and long on cliché. But there's an awful lot here, and moments really stick. The choral harmonies of "The Games Belong to Me," for example, move in impeccably languid cool, sashaying across the stereophonic spectrum in rock-solid testament to UGK's continued provincial dominance. --Jason Kirk

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Intro
  2. Cocaine - Featuring Rick Ross
  3. The Game Belongs To Me
  4. Tell Me How Ya Feel -Featuring Jazze Pha
  5. How Long Can It Last-Featuring Charlie Wilson
  6. Players Anthem- Featuring Three 6 Mafia
  7. Two Type of Bitches- Featuring Dizzee Rascal
  8. Candy
  9. Quit Hatin' The South-Featuring Charlie Wilson and Willie D
  10. Next Up-Featuring Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap
  11. Heaven
  12. Still Ridin' Dirty
  13. Hit The Block -Featuring T.I.
  14. Trill Niggas Don't Die-Featuring Z-Ro
  15. Take Tha Hood Back- Featuring Slim Thug, Vicious and Middle Fingaz
  16. Stop-N-Go- Featuring Jazze Pha
  17. Again-Featuring Ronald Isley
  18. Real Women- Featuring Talib Kweli and Raheem DeVaughn
  19. Shattered Dreams-Featuring Sleepy Brown
  20. Chrome Plated Woman
  21. Gravy
  22. Underground Kingz
  23. Life Is 2009 -Featuring Too $hort
  24. Living This Life
  25. Outro
  26. Like That

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 7, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Jive
  • ASIN: B000K7UFL2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,833 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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UGK has been one of my favorite Down South rap groups for awhile along with Scarface & The Geto Boys, Outkast and 8Ball & MJG. The last CD that UGK released as a group was 2001's Dirty Money. The CD was a collection of 10 new tracks, "Wood Wheel" which was on J-Prince Presents: Realest Down South, "Take It Off" which was on the "Corruptor" soundtrack, "Pimpin' Ain't No Illusion" which was on a CD single with a track called "Belts To Match", which was out atleast a year before "Dirty Money" was released and "Money, H***, and Power" which was on JD's "Instructions" CD. My favorite tracks from "Dirty Money" ended up being "Choppin' Blades", "Look At Me", "Gold Grill" w/8Ball & MJG, "Holdin' Na" w/C-Note and the title track. Purchasing "Dirty Money" made me go back and buy the rest of the UGK CD catalog: Ridin' Dirty,Super Tight..., and Too Hard to Swallow were quickly added to my CD collection, with "Ridin' Dirty" being my favorite out of all 4 CDs with tracks like "Diamonds & Wood", "One Day", "Pinky Ring", "F____ My Car", "Murder" and the title track being my favorites.

UGK is definitely one of the pioneers of the Down South rap music scene.
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UGK has been through ups and downs in the game. They put out 4 classic album on Jive Records that were poorly promoted. They had to deal with the general manager screwing them and Pimp C was in and out of jail. When Dirty Money(their best album at that time) came out, Pimp C was already doing time. He still had The Sweet James Jones Story released and Bun B finally dropped Trill in 2005. Pimp C was finally released in 2006 and dropped Pimpalation in 2006. Now after 6 years of waiting, Ugk drop their best work to date: Underground Kingz. There are many tracks where they both shine like the Intro, Gravy, The Game Belongs To Me(the hook is hilarious) Still Ridin Dirty(feat Scarface) etc. Andre 3000(who is beginning to sound more like spoken word artist than a rapper) and Big Boi make their presense felt in International Player's Anthem(I Choose You). The original version with Three 6 Mafia is cool with me also. Memories are brought back with a masterful update of Life Is with Life Is 2007. Trill N****z Dont Die(feat Z-Ro) and Grind Hard(feat Young T.O.E.) are also notable tracks. Take Tha Hood Back(feat Slim Thug, Vicious and Middle Fingaz)is an anti-snitch anthem that works as UGK blast those that violate the game while Slim Thug provides a climatic hook. Top Drop Dyne is that vintage chevy music track. Quit Hatin The South(feat Willie D and Charlie Wilson) is self-explanatory(if you can read into the title) as UGK and Willie D blasts those bums who pop s*** about the south over the internet but are cowards in their faces. I feel them on that but I hope this doesnt get out of hand. Rick Ross makes a decent appearance on Cocaine but Pimp C set that track off. Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap make a great appearance on Next Up.Read more ›
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I was listening to 'The Game Belongs To Me' literally 10 minutes ago when I heard that Pimp C was no longer. I just got their latest CD a week ago from and I've been bumping it ever since.

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.
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