Underground Kingz

UGK - Underground Kingz
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2007 Ratings: #102 / 672
User Score
Based on 25 ratings
August 7, 2007 / Release Date
LP / Format
Jive / Label
Hip Hop, Gangsta Rap / Genres
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This is arguably the greatest double rap album ever. RIP Pimp C.
a lot of very good tracks. way too long, though.
Known for being one of the pioneering acts to emerge from Texas, UGK saw their biggest commercial success with this album – their last one released during Pimp C’s lifetime, just a couple of months before his untimely death. Maybe not quite the classic UGK’s third album Ridin’ Dirty (1996) was, Underground Kingz is almost right up there with it – a major final chapter to the much-respected story of one of the greatest duos to ever do it.

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I could tell before I even listened to this thing that I would at least need two days to break this thing apart because of how long it is. And I did just that because I find it incredibly hard to believe people can sit and listen to this thing for over 2 hours straight. UGK have never really been impressive to me but and their chemistry hasn't really popped out at me. The first two tracks are classics but everything after that suffers from boring song writing or generic southern production. The ... read more
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Track List

  1. Swishas and Dosha
  2. Int'l Players Anthem (I Choose You) [featuring OutKast]
  3. Chrome Plated Woman
  4. Life Is 2009
  5. The Game Belongs to Me
  6. Like That (Remix)
  7. Gravy
  8. Underground Kingz
  9. Grind Hard
  10. Take Tha Hood Back
  11. Quit Hatin' the South
  12. Heaven
  13. Trill Niggas Don't Die
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