An article I read today brought me back to the UGK period in my life, or at least the most recent one. When
The Game Belongs to Me- UGK
“Bobby by the pound, Whitney by the key, DJ Screw by the gallon, ***** the game belong to me”
OK the real news… there is a good article on
In the article, XXL asks Bun B what has been most difficult about putting out and promoting albums without his long-time cohort around:
Bun B: I think the biggest issue I had was the emotional factor. We were very fortunate that Pimp left a lot of good music. It was just important that we weren’t exploiting this project, that we did justice to it and weren’t taking advantage of the situation.
What do you think about record labels or former group members using music from dead artists?
Personally, I think that the way Tupac and Biggie‘s musical estates have been handled has been poor at times and other times pretty revolutionary. I mean, Tupac especially, seeing as he has put out 372 albums since he died. (IM STILL ALIVE! IT MIGHT BE DOODOOO….)
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I encourage everyone to check out UGK’s albums and shout to to Houston and the whole Dirty South family.
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