What do Macbeth, The Dark Knight, 2Pac, and Notorious BIG all have in common? In the entertainment world, they all possess a certain aura which has attracted audiences in droves to their work. Like it or not, it’s a well known fact that when a star dies an unforeseen death, his or her work becomes immortalized and followed more closely then when they were alive. Keeping that in mind, Jive Records and Bun B have teamed up to assemble numerous unreleased recordings that feature the work of Pimp C. Together, they will make up UGK‘s final album, UGK For Life. On the album’s first release, the legendary Texas duo are headed to the strip club where they spit their classic Southern-fried game to a certain dancer whose movements have them Hard As Hell.
Written by Burmy on 08/11/08
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