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B.B. King and Underground Kingz - The Trill Is Gone (Clean Edits) (2015)

16-10-2015, 07:52
Blues | Soul | Hip-Hop | FLAC / APE

B.B. King and Underground Kingz - The Trill Is Gone (Clean Edits) (2015)

Artist: B.B. King and Underground Kingz
Album: The Trill Is Gone (Clean Edits)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Amerigo Gazaway
Genre: Blues, Soul, Hip-Hop
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 01:12:02
Total Size: 167 mb | 540 mb


01. Pimptro 00:58
02. The Trill Is Gone feat. Mr. 3-2 & Ronnie Spencer (Clean) 06:11
03. Make Love To My Car (Clean) 05:32
04. Country Cousins feat. Talib Kweli & Raheem DeVaughn (Clean) 04:54
05. They Luv That feat. Bubba Sparxxx (Clean) 04:18
06. Int'l Blues Players Anthem feat. Outkast & Eric Clapton (Clean) 05:56
07. Lil' Ghetto Woman feat. Lil' Wayne & Marlena Shaw (Clean) 04:30
08. What Means The World to Pimp feat. Ludacris (Clean) 03:50
09. Intermission 01:22
10. Pop It For Pimp feat. Juvenile (Clean) 03:48
11. Same Old Story feat. P.O.P. (Clean) 03:46
12. I Want A White Gurl So Bad (Clean) 04:02
13. The Truth Hurts feat. Scarface (Clean) 04:27
14. That's Gangsta Life (Clean) 04:44
15. Pourin' Up (Clean) 03:18
16. Get Out The Way (Clean) 02:59
17. Shoutro (Clean) 03:45
18. Smoke Sumthin' feat. Trill A.G. (Clean) 03:34

Amerigo Gazaway is this generation’s greatest musical alchemist, bridging the gap between hip-hop and its forefathers, whether they be of funk, afrobeat or Motown’s eternal glory. Today he’s unveiled his latest era-blurring blend, fitting the almighty Underground Kingz (UGK) to a sonic palette forged from blues giant B.B. King and his trusty six-string Lucille, aptly titled The Trill Is Gone. With his latest outing, Gazaway lights a flame in honor of the late Pimp C, realizing an unlikely, yet captivating concoction of southern slur and electric blues, joining the new and old schools with his own stew of murky organ work, expert chops and the bruising bars of one Bun B. The inaugural offering from the project takes its name from the album’s title, The Trill Is Gone, tactfully splicing UGK’s “One Day” with King’s classic 1970 cover of Roy Hawkins’ “The Thrill Is Gone” (his first commercial success,) dialing back the BPMs just a tad to fit the all-too-tuff verbiage of some of The South’s finest MCs. Stream Amerigo Gazaway’s latest down below, and if this brilliantly blend is to your liking, peep the trailer for the album and keep your eyes on us for the next episode in this terminally trill sage.

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