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    Already hard at work.

Here's Pimp C freshly outta jail and seen already with a pen and a pad ready to get back to work. As we all know UGK has one group album left to put out for Jive Records until there released from contract. I can't wait to see what Pimp has in store for us as rhyme and production wise. We lookin' forward for one of the most anticipated albums of the Year. It'll be UGK's 5th group ablum since being with Jive. Hold Up. Smoke Somethin Bitch...!
Already. Welcome to The Unofficial Underground Kingz website.
Here you'll find all that you need to know bout UGK. From Biography's of Pimp C and Bun .Also Pictures, Dicography and News. And I will also have downloadable songs for you to hear.

      "Be bout ya Paper Man"

Hold up!!! Ya already know! Its Pimp C reunited with the other half of The Underground Kingz "UGK" Bun B. And There all smiles as Pimp C has been released from doing a nearly 4 year bid. There's no lookin back for these to only forward. As Bun's been keeping the UGK name alive as well as keepin' Pimp's name not being forgotten with his "Free Pimp C" apparel. So ditch that and bring out the "Welcome Home Pimp C" gear. Welcome home Pimp we missed ya!
                    ~Real Recognize Real~
*~The Unofficial Underground Kingz Website~*
After almost four years in prison, underground rap star Pimp C became a free man just before noon today (Dec. 30), according a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Pimp C, half of the acclaimed Texas duo Underground Kingz, or UGK, was released a month after he was granted parole. He served about half of an eight-year sentence on an aggravated assault charge.

Since his incarceration in January 2002, "Free Pimp C" has been a rallying call for rappers and UGK fans across the country. Numerous rap stars have appeared in music videos and at concerts and awards shows clad in gear sporting the phrase.

Pimp C, whose real name is Chad Butler, was sentenced after falling behind on community service required after he pleaded no contest to aggravated assault. He was charged after brandishing a gun during an argument with a woman at a mall.

Several people waited for him outside of the TDCJ's Walls Unit in Huntsville and he spoke with them for about 10 minutes before leaving, Lyons said.

The Port Arthur native who turned 32 yesterday has sold well over 1 million records since 1992 from five major-label releases with UGK.

In March, Houston-based Rap-A-Lot Records released his first solo album, "The Sweet James Jones Stories," created from a series of freestyle raps he did years ago. Pimp C called the album subpar, but it still debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Top Rap Albums chart.

He is featured on the single "Get Throwed" from UGK partner Bun B's album "Trill" bowed at No. 1 on the tally in October.

Bun B wasn't too fond of his own stint as a solo artist and is overjoyed at the possibilities for UGK now that Pimp C has been released.

"The album is probably going to be one of the most anticipated projects in rap," Bun B said of UGK's next project, which will be the first album with new music from the group since 2002. "I just think that as a group there's going to be a lot more things that we can take advantage of."

"He says he has over 200 songs written, not to mention a list of song ideas and samples he wants to use," Bun B told earlier this month. "I'm really anxious to see what he's going to do. I'm not taking him to a studio. I'm going to set him up in a house so he can record there."

Pimp C spent the latter part of his sentence at the TDJC's Terrell Unit, about 35 miles south of Houston in rural Rosharon. He was transferred to the Walls Unit earlier this week.

He will be on parole until December of 2009.

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