On the seventh episode of Sama’an Ashrawi‘s All-Star Tribute to UGK, Gangsta Gibbs shares his thoughts on the Bun B and Pimp C.
Keep your heart 3 Stacks, keep your heart.
Back in November Sama’an Ashrawi produced this dope short docu-film on UGK which featured the likes of 9th Wonder to Black Star to Big Boi and more. In the film Rocky divulged his thoughts on the crew, but Sama’an has now let loose his entire interview.
With Bun B and Pimp C’s debut album Too Hard To Swallow turning 20 years old this year, Sama’an Ashraw pays homage with a 25 minute documentary on the duo’s influence over the past two decades. A must watch for all UGK fans..
And just like that, the CDQ is out for everyone to enjoy. Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors, due out November 13th. Props to Splash.
Sitting down with Rap-Up, Big K.R.I.T. talks about being a part of the lead single off Big Boi’s upcoming album Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors.
As the night begins to trail off, Greg Street premieres the first single off Big Boi’s upcoming album Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors, due out November 13th.
Radio rip for now. Hopefully Def Jam comes through with the CDQ soon.
C-Bo liberates an unreleased Pimp C verse for the latest leak off his upcoming album Orca, due out July 3rd. Shouts to DGB.
Directed by Court Dunn
The dopehouse & Director Court Dunn present the next installment of “VERSES”, an acapella music video series where your favorite MCs drop a verse from their favorite MCs. In this edition Spitta recites his favorite UGK line from “Dirty Money.” SHAKE UPDATE: The Stoned Immaculate drops June 5th, What It Look Like (featuring Wale) is now available on iTunes, and after the jump Spitta kicks some lines while on Toca Tuesdays with Tony Touch.
According to producer Caviar, Tip has a never before heard verse from the late Pimp C that will be included on his upcoming album, Trouble Man.
I have a song on T.I.’s new album featuring Pimp C, which is one of his last verses that he did before he passed away. So Tip was sitting on it, but he got caught up and went to jail. But he told me ‘Yo Cavie, keep that sh*t on ice and we rolling with it. Like when I get out it’s gonna be on the album.’
Hopefully Bun gets involved and we get another Front Back.
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Rest in Peace.
Pimp C laid his vocals to this record in October of 2007, two months before he passed away. It was intended to be the remix to my record Aint Nobody Trippin‘, which had a huge buzz in Houston, but with the untimely death of Pimp we were never able to put the song out through his UGK Records imprint like we intended. So with that being said, it’s 4 years later and the beat has been revamped into sum 2012 Space Age Pimpin’ that is already in heavy rotation in the Strip Clubs of Atlanta & Houston.