It’s been ten years since UGK collaborated with two other legendary duos to release this classic record.
Three 6 Mafia provided the Texas natives the perfect beat for them and Outkast to showcase their rapping talent.
One of my earliest memories of this song was during my time in San Diego for college. I was at a sports bar with a few friends. Somehow one of them made their way towards the jukebox and selected this record. The record came on and I saw people rocking out to it. The beat is infectious. It’s catchy. It’s a record that you can’t help but have fun to.
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On the tenth anniversary of your debut solo album The Weatherman LP, I want to say: thank you.
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King came out at the right time. The south was running the rap world. Atlanta was on fire.
T.I. had just been proclaimed the King of the South, so the album was properly titled. And man did this album feel royally.
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This album was Jay Z’s return after teasing us with the retirement crap three years before with The Black Album. Continue reading Jay Z – Kingdom Come (10 Year Anniversary)
It’s crazy but the Game managed to follow up his amazing debut album with a solid sophomore effort. And this was without the assistance of Dr. Dre and 50 Cent.
The album was good albeit a couple hiccups (I’m looking at you “Around The World”). But for the most part the album was dope.
Continue reading The Game – Doctor’s Advocate (10 Year Anniversary)
This was Dilated Peoples’ last album on a major record label. And they went out with a bang(er). The head bob is constant throughout this album.
Continue reading Dilated Peoples – 20/20 (10 Year Anniversary)