I wouldn’t usually listen to a song that starts off with Akon saying “…bendin’ over, spreadin’ eagle, all that ass in my face…”
But, the Underground Kaaang’s “Hard As Hell” gets a pass.
With it’s light and innocent, guitar-infused R&Beat fused with Bun and Pimp trading honey-dipped verses, the lead single off the duo’s final album UGK 4 Life is dope enough where I’ll let myself get caught up in the cliche. Even if the Kon Man’s hook is eerily reminiscent of his work on Plies’ 2007 hit, “Hypnotized” (I might be mistaken, but hasn’t he pull this stunt before?).
Either way, hearing Pimp and Bun back together for one last run at the top is worth sitting through the some unoriginality.