UGK

By David Downs

 

UGK helped to popularize and legitimize Southern rap, beginning in the late 1980s. The longtime collaboration between Southern rappers Bernard “Bun B” Freeman and Chad “Pimp C” Butler resulted in aggressive and thuggish minimalist gangster tales that reveled in the dark and profane side of life. The duo went mainstream in 1992 for Jive Records and released a total of eight albums, beginning with Too Hard to Swallow (1992 Jive) and Super Tight… (1994 Jive). 1996’s Ridin’ Dirty (1996 Jive) found mainstream radio airplay and the group... Read More

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