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"Dallas has always been a big supporter of Houston hip-hop," Bun
said. "A lot of us would not have broken on a major scale if Dallas
hadn't been there to be that second major market to pick up on us and
help break us. A lot of artists in Houston got broken in Dallas first
before they got broken in Houston in a major way. A lot of people will
be surprised that Dallas has always been the number-one market for UGK.
Dallas has always bought 10 to 15 more copies of every UGK album than
OK, then. In other news, this Web site has a review of the GS Boyz's "Stanky Legg" and kinda rips it apart. But take it with a grain of salt--the guy's a Blue October fan...