UGK and OutKast’s ‘Int’l Players Anthem’ will be reissued on a Texas-shaped vinyl

So maybe this is the first year you have a reason to line up outside a store come Black Friday.

ORG XMIT: RSB109 UGK at SXSW 2007...Ricardo B. Brazziell/AMERICAN-STATESMAN

UGK at SXSW 2007…Ricardo B. Brazziell/AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Stop rapping along to UGK and OutKast’s legendary, Grammy Award-nominated collaboration “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)” on a regular, round record, because, as Pitchfork reports, Get On Down will reissue the single on a special-edition, Texas-shaped vinyl the day after Thanksgiving.

Rap duo UGK was formed in Port Arthur in 1987 and is composed of rappers Bun B and Pimp C, who both hail from the Gulf city.

The vinyl, which includes both the original version of the song and an instrumental, will only be available only in participating stores, including these 10 located in Austin. If you’re a fan, play your part. Play your part. And get in line.

No word yet on how much the vinyl will cost you, but we’d pay three stacks.

READ: New York Times asks why Texans are so obsessed with the shape of the state

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