Ever since they were releasing their records on cassettes only, UGK has had the mantra "the Southern way, the only way, fuck what another say." Now they can tell the haters to "quit hating the South" because "we getting paper in the South." Or, as Pimp puts it, "They can put all the country-rap tunes on one side of the store, and all y'all's on the other side, and we'll see who sells out first."
Let's straighten it out indeed. Underground Kingz may not move some fans the way Super Tight and Ridin' Dirty once did, but it feels like a very promising kick-off for the second phase of UGK's career.