Bun B Reps for the Houston Astros on “Crush City”
It's a well known fact that while Bun B may be a native of Port Arthur, he puts on for the city of Houston in every way possible. The UGK rapper is a big Houston Astros fans, so it's only right that he provide the team with an anthem now that baseball is back.
Bun B originally created "Crush City" during the Astros' 2015 playoff run, but comes back to the track with all new lyrics for the 2016 season. The Trill O.G's spin on the DJ Mustard beat features plenty of name drops of Astros players.
"It's the Houston Astros and we back in/Competition, we gon send ya home packing/Wanna see them 'Stros back in the playoffs/Think we won't make it, hater, then you're way off/We try to get to October/So if you up against us then it’s over/Talking down, we don’t listen to what you say/We came to do work, put that on Altuve/H-Town, you don’t want it down here/We got Carlos Correa and he ain’t showing no fear/With Keuchel on the mound, backed up by Tony Sipp/Not to mention Evan Gattis is back, don’t trip," Bun B raps.
Bun B is obviously excited about the baseball season, but he's also been involved in the presidential campaign in a unique way. The legendary rapper is serving as a political correspondent for VICE, covering the election over the past few months. Bun B has been up and down the roads of the campaign, offering his perspective on the wild race. Check out his latest piece from his time in Wisconsin.
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