Official UGK Tracklisting for “UGK (Underground Kingz)”

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY -- UGK's long awaited double album UGK (Underground Kingz) is dropping 8/7/07 and it's stacked with featured artists from Outkast to Dizzee Rascal to Talib Kweli to Big Daddy Kane and more.

DISC 1:
1. Swishas And Dosha
2. Int'l Players Anthem (I Choose You) featuring OutKast
3. Chrome Plated Woman
4. Life Is 2009 featuring Too $hort
5. The Game Belongs To Me
6. Like That (Remix)
7. Gravy
8. Underground Kingz
9. Grind Hard featuring Young T.O.E. and DJ B-Do
10. Take Tha Hood Back featuring Slim Thug, Vicious and Middle Fingaz
11. Quit Hatin' The South featuring Charlie Wilson and Willie D
12. Heaven
13. Trill N****** Don't Die featuring Z-Ro

DISC 2:
1. How Long Can It Last featuring Charlie Wilson
2. Still Ridin' Dirty featuring Scarface
3. Stop-N-Go featuring Jazze Pha
4. Cocaine featuring Rick Ross
5. Two Type Of B****** featuring Dizzee Rascal and Pimpin' Ken
6. Real Women featuring Talib Kweli and Raheem DeVaughn
7. Candy
8. Tell Me How Ya Feel
9. Shattered Dreams
10. Like That
11. Next Up featuring Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap
12. Living This Life
13. Outro

Bonus Track: Int'l Players Anthem featuring Three 6 Mafia (Chopped & Screwed)
Bonus Track: Int'l Players Anthem featuring Three 6 Mafia

www.the-ugks.com

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