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The Bigtyme Way


Download links and information about The Bigtyme Way by UGK. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:11:14 minutes.

Artist: UGK
Release date: 2011
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:11:14
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No. Title Length
1. Like Yesterday (with PSK-13) 4:54
2. Cut U N 1/2 (with Point Blank) 3:17
3. Intro (Banned) 2:23
4. Pregnant Pussy (Banned) 5:18
5. Mutha Ain't Mine (Banned) 5:56
6. Mr. Playa (Bun B with Point Blank) 6:10
7. Something Good (DJ Screw Mix) 6:43
8. Short Texas (DJ Screw Mix) 4:33
9. Pregnant Pussy (DJ Screw Mix) 4:39
10. Like Yesterday (DJ Screw Mix) 7:39
11. Mutha Aint Mine (Instrumental) 5:55
12. What Up My Boy (with Young Smitty, PSK-13 & 3Re Da Hardway) [Bonus Track] 3:31
13. Satisfied (Pimp C with Kottonmouth) [Bonus Track] 5:05
14. 7 Executioners (Bun B with Big Born 2Wice) [Bonus Track] 5:11



Coming together in Port Arthur, Texas, in the late '80s, UGK went from independently hustling to becoming one of the first Southern rap acts signed to a major label. The duo dropped an album every few years throughout the '90s, finally finding crossover stardom thanks to an appearance on Jay-Z's smash single "Big Pimpin'" and Three 6 Mafia's breakout hit "Sippin' on Some Syrup." After the millennium, UGK was bigger than ever. The duo kept making quality albums until tragedy struck in 2007, when member Pimp C was found dead in a hotel room. The Bigtyme Way is a compilation of early unreleased songs from '92-'97 and includes appearances from PSK-13, Point Blank, and Kottonmouth, plus several mixes from the late great DJ Screw. The production is bit more basic, and the sound quality varies from track to track, but it's still a great collection of raw raps and righteously funky beatwork. "Like Yesterday," "Cut U N ½," and "What up My Boy" are especially tight.