Use Me Up. UGK. Produced by Pimp C. Album Too Hard to Swallow.
And I be happy long as I be gettin' the nappy - dugout Peace out, and plenty of luck And she could keep usin Pimp C until she use me up! More on Genius. About Use Me Up (The Southern Way Version)
UGK (short for Underground Kingz) was an American hip hop duo from Port Arthur, Texas, formed in 1987, by Chad "Pimp C" Butler and Bernard "Bun B" Freeman
Lots of people think Ridin’ Dirty is UGK’s debut album when in actuality this one is. This album can be seen as one of the cornerstones of the unfortunate trap trend we are experiencing now, but in 1992 it still was somewhat original – and UGK really had a dope sound. The lyrics are mostly about criminal enterprises (before that subject matter got really tired), the difference between UGK and most acts that would follow, clone them is that UGK makes it sound GOOD. Not really a pure Hip Hop album, but more a crossover effort that mixes up genres, this album is included in this list nonetheless because it has that ‘Hip Hop feel’. Political, conscious, smart (maybe somewhat preachy) lyrics over experimental, innovative and genre-crossing production – a wholly enjoyable and important early 90s album, which would be higher on this list if music in general, not just Hip Hop was considered.
UGK's previous charting and sales best came with 2001's "Dirty Money," which bowed at No. 18 with 98,000. Fueled by its popular single "Shawty" featuring T-Pain, Plies' Slip-N-Slide debut "Real Testament" enters at No. 2. The rapper's album sold 96,000 units; "Shawty" has peaked at No. 12 on the Hot 100 thus far and was last week's biggest airplay gainer. The "NOW 25" hits compilation keeps the No. 3 spot warm on the big chart for a second week, selling 86,000 with a 30% sales decrease. The Jonas Brothers' self-titled sophomore record shifted 69,000 copies to debut at No. 5 on The Billboard 200. "Jonas Brothers" is the first album to be issued in the CDVU+ format. The packaging features 100% recycled paper and the CD unlocks photos, lyrics and liner notes when inserted in a computer. The pop-rock group's first effort, 2006's "It's About Time" (Columbia), bowed and peaked at No. 91.
Discover all UGK's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. 321 samples, 3 covers, 12 remixes. Use Me by Bill Withers (1972). Like a Pimp (2001) by UGK feat.
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It was the first of their albums to debut at No. 1, finally giving them the commercial success that they deserved after years of becoming underground icons. It was also their final album with both living members, as Pimp C died four months after its release. The album turns ten years old this month, and in reflection, here are the 25 best UGK songs-the ones that built the road to that album, and built their legacy beyond it.
|Use Me Up (LP Version)||4:28|
|Use Me Up (Extended Remix)||6:56|
|Use Me Up (Ghetto Jeep Remix)||5:25|
|Use Me Up (Hip Hop Remix)||6:30|
|Use Me Up (LP Instrumental)||4:28|
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