T.I. is a legend at this point. For nearly 20 years he has been blessing the mic with verses of the hustle, the struggle, roads to success and pimpin'. He's a rapper, actor, convicted felon and one of the south's most heralded artists.
Black Milk is readying his new album, If There's A Hell Below, for release on October 28th. The pre-order is already available, and with that we've received a new collaboration from the Detroit spitter with a dope verse from Southern OG Bun B.
Statik Selektah is getting ready to drop off his new album, What Goes Around, on August 19th, but before he does so, the NYC producer decides to let go of one last leak for the fans today titled “God Knows“ featuring Bun B, Jared Evan and Posdnuos (of De La Soul).
Electronic DJ and producer, Mimosa, is getting ready to release his new album Future Trill Vol 2, on August 12th, and today’s he’s shared the first single off it titled “Boss Shit” featuring UGK's own Bun B.
Coley is a rising rapper coming out of Philly, who is also a graduate of Georgetown College and went on to found his own label, Revel Music Group with Ruffhouse Records' founder Joe "The Butcher" Nicolo.
Strange music artist Wrekonize originally enlisted Bun B for his track, "Easy Money", and has now recruited southern spitters RiFF RAFF and Jackie Chain for the remix.
The song is a part of his #WrekWednesdays series, which finds him releasing new tracks on a weekly basis.
Two weeks back, we heard a selection from Sean C & LV's upcoming compilation, Loud Dreams Vol. 1. The crew track, "Where's Your Leader" featured contributions from Bun B, Prodigy, Remy Banks & CharlieRED.
We recently saw Bun B and Kirko Bangz hit up The Breakfast Club together, and that wasn't the first time the two Houston rappers linked up. They've collaborated on tracks before, like the "What Yo Name Iz" remix, and more recently, Bun B's "Triller" record.