As a UGK opsimath, this will come in handy. Big ups to Maurice Garland for digging this up— and the placing the call.
“Trill Azz Mixez was originally conceived by DJ Wiz in Nashville. He begged us to do it. This was back when mixtapes were actually “mixtapes” and was only available in mom and pop stores. Wiz used to do a lot of Cash Money and No Limit mixtapes and he always wanted to do one with us. We’d always just be like “yeah, aight, whatever.” But, when we started having all of the label trouble we said we should do a mixtape and go ahead and put it out with Wiz. After it came out everywhere we went, people wanted it. We’d never have enough copies of it. To this day we still don’t. We’d always talk about bringing it back and re-releasing it. We actually did shows in the Midwest and the majority of the show would be based off the mixtape. It created income and we sold them at shows. Big up to DJ Wiz, he was an undying supporter of UGK. He hepled us understand the scope of our spread. Doing that tape with him is the reason why we put the UGK logo big as hell on all of our CDs now.”— Bernard “Bun B” Freeman
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Has Fab gon’ Hollywood?!
“Fabolous was shooting a club scene for his upcoming movie, Loso’s Way, last night in NYC. Guest included Swizz Beatz, Juelz Santana, Ryan
Leslie, Jadakiss, Adrienne Ballon, DJ Clue, Ed Lover, Dj Envy, Al Be
Black(ATL), Julito McCullum(The Wire) & Mickey Factz.”
Eh, maybe not. More after the jump.
Last year, Dolla appeared alongside Melyssa Ford on Angela Yee’s show. RIP.
“He talks about his modeling career, the group deal he was previously signed to, why he doesn’t smoke and drink, his past family troubles, his dad committing suicide in front of him as a child and getting shot.”
“He spits a freestyle and talks about his sister being in jail and the stress it has cause on him and his family.”
Apparently, P’s got more songs than Pac had on lock stash. Don’t know if this is an official album or mixtape, but there’s definitely an abundance of links floating. Don’t implicate me, find em on your own! Track list after the jump.