A pioneer within the South’s quest for recognize within the Hip Hop international and one of the colourful characters to emerge from the tune scene which in the end crowned rap charts on the flip of the century, Chad “Pimp C” Butler’s arguable lifestyles – and suspicious dying in 2007 – left in the back of many unanswered questions, a circle of relatives divided, and ratings of gifted new artists impressed through his staff UGK’s tune. Candy Jones can pay tribute to the extraordinarily gifted – but bipolar and sophisticated – musician who embodied the Southern dream. Written through the founder and Editor-in-Leader of esteemed Southern rap newsletter OZONE Mag and compiled from interviews with Pimp C himself, his mom and supervisor Weslyn “Mama Wes” Monroe, UGK rap spouse Bun B, and loads of pals, members of the family, and collaborators like Snoop Dogg, Scarface, Too $hort, 8Ball & MJG, Jazze Pha, David Banner, Mannie Contemporary, Paul Wall, Narrow Thug, Trae, and Willie D of the Geto Boys, Candy Jones is a should-learn for any Southern rap fan.