The legendary UGK member collaborates on Yela’s latest video on Trunk Muzik: 0-60, titled Good To Go.
I take being fresh very seriously, and this one’s for the fresh kids.
With the release of Bun’s set of collaborative tees with streetwear brands Stussy and Undefeated, we now present the in-store recap of the Toronto based release. Look and listen as the Trill OG speaks on the project, as well as catch some footage from the celebration.
Bun B gets real intellectual with the innovative bunch that is Creative Control, as he speaks on just that, Creative Control as an artist. Nice to see when one of these rap dudes (not to downplay Bun by any means) has an equally accommodating head on his shoulders. Goes to show that often times amongst the legends in this game, there is more than meets the eye.
How appropriate that the honorable DJ Green Lantern chooses to remix Clinton Sparks’ “Favorite DJ” track. Coincidence? Nah. Capo, Bun, Game – yeah, this record is pretty nice. Nice beat, nice bars, all in all a dope remix. Enjoy.
Bun B finally released his newest music video “Put It Down” featuring Drake off of his latest album Trill OG which is in stores now.
“Ridin’ Slow” is one of my favorite records from Bun’s latest album Trill OG. The combination of Bun and Slim with production from Play N Skillz makes for dope music. The video features plenty of cameos including the down south boss Ricky Ross so check it out. It definitely looks clean.
A behind the scenes and now a preview, can’t these dudes just put out the final product already? As we gathered in watching the BTS footage, Bun and Drizzy look to enjoy a night out at the club, with possibly a little risky business going on in the side rooms. We aint mad at ya. I predict the official drop will be floating around here soon enough.
So far looking like your stereotypical club back-dropped hip-hop video, but featuring the Trill OG himself, Bun B, quite frankly, how could we hate? The legendary emcee hooked up with YM’s golden boy a while back to put out this highly popular collaboration, and here they are some time later pumping out the aesthetics for the internets. I mean, they don’t still play these things on TV do they? Just know that with the behind the scenes footage finding its way to light, the official video shouldn’t be too far behind.