UGK followed up their debut Jive release Too Hard to Swallow, with Super Tight. On August 30, 1994, Pimp C and Bun B released a solid eleven-track sophomore album that solidified their space in hip hop conversations across the country. The project would birth fan favorites Return, It's Suppose to Bubble, I Left it Wet for You, Front, Back & Side to Side, Protect & Serve, and Pocket Full of Stones, Pt 2.
Pimp C produced every song on the project except Three Sixteens, which was produced by DJ DMD. Pimp C also is credited with programming and as the sole recording engineer. Other notable features include Smoke D, 3-2, and internationally known funk guitarist Leo Nocentelli.
Notable samples used by Pimp C in his production include NWA's Fuck tha Police, sampled for Protect & Serve, and Eazy E's Boyz-N-The Hood, sampled on Front, Back & Side to Side.
Super Tight also spawn other Trill moments in Hip Hop. In 1998 Mannie Fresh sampled Protect & Serve for Juvenile's mega classic, Back the Azz Up.
Then again in 2005, Mannie Fresh would reach back to the Super Tight album again, remixing Front, Back & Side to Side for T.I.'s King album. This song and video would be one of Pimp C's public appearances after a 4-year prison stint.
Listen to the full album.