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Underground Kingz

During their six-year separation, UGK’s whole world turned upside down. With the OGs now in their 30s, Bun B has become hip-hop’s Kevin Bacon, and Pimp C, the most popular inmate since MC Ricky D. But more importantly, the kingdom they laid claim to nearly 20 years ago can hardly be called the “underground” in 2007. Southern-fried d-boy rap is now the easy road to success, but the Underground Kingz aren’t interested in treading the same, beaten path. Following up Dirty Money, their indecisive 2001 album, the Port Arthur, Texas, twosome reunite on a self-titled double album that reaffirms the ...

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