Bun B Announces Final Studio Album from UGK; “UGK 4 Life” Set for Spring Release

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY – Bun B, one-half of the legendary hip-hop duo UGK announces the release of UGK: UGK 4 Life. The sixth studio-album from the influential Southern duo of Bun B and the late Pimp C is a poignant culmination of their musical legacy. "The new UGK album '4 Life' is the final studio album from my late great brother Chad Butler aka Pimp C and myself," Bun B (Bernard Freeman) explains. "It is my sincere hope that it's a fitting bookend to the legacy of UGK and to the life and times of Pimp C." UGK: UGK 4 Life will be released on Jive Records in early spring 2009.

UGK: UGK 4 Life, "is an album for the people; for all those who have been with us from the beginning to those we've gained along the way, family and friends, the street cats and the squares, the supporters as well as the detractors," Bun B states. UGK: UGK 4 Life embodies the pure essence of UGK and the late Pimp C's signature production incorporating the down and gritty Texas sound they created over two decades ago in Port Arthur, Texas.

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