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Bun B Featuring Kirko Bangz “Triller”
The originator of trill returns will another song off his upcoming album, Trill OG: The Epilogue. Today, Bun B offers up the Kirko Bangz assisted track, "Triller." Big E on the track. The final installment in the Trill OG series hits iTunes, Monday November 11...
Bun B “Eagles”
Bun B will close out the Trill OG series with the release of his forthcoming album, The Epilogue which hits shelves November 12. After previously releasing the lead single "Fire" featuring Rick Ross, 2 Chianz and Serani, and revealing the LP's art work and track list, today he…
Bun B Shares The Stories Behind Five Of His Best Verses
When XXL caught up with Bun B on the phone, he was exiting his hip-hop and religion class that he jointly teaches on Tuesdays and Thursdays with Dr. Anthony Penn at Rice University. Perhaps due to the immense respect he’s earned as an iconic figure in the Houston rap scene, Bun&Close…
Bun B Helps Launch New Food Blog
Legendary Southern MC Bun B is expanding his portfolio. After recently starting Bun B’s Rap Coloring & Activity Book, the UGK member will be taking his talents to the Internet after helping launch a new food blog website. Located at YouGottaEatThis...
Bun B Almost Got Beat Up By A Gang Of Black Belts
A$AP Rocky is back at it with his "Back & Forth"  series, this time linking with the OG himself, Bun B. As the rappers conversed about quite a few topics, things got a little crazy especially when the "Trill" MC began to recount a tense situation he o…
Bun B Has Had A Huge Influence On Big K.R.I.T.’s Career
Although many may have witnessed the two southern cohorts perform at the AC3 festival in Atlanta over the weekend, most are unaware of the actual impact Bun B has had on Big K.R.I.T.'s career. Detailing that UGK had an influence on his music way before even meeting Bun B, K...
Devin The Dude Details His Ten Best Collaborations
Devin The Dude has been in hip-hop for over two decades, starting off as one-third of the Rap-A-Lot Records group, The Odd Squad, along with Jugg Mugg and Rob Quest. Scarface saw talent in him, and persuaded him to become a solo act, leading to Dev's first solo album, The Dude, back i…

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