Dean Van Nguyen explains how the Texas legend's latest full-length adds to his legacy in ways his solo output has previously only hinted at.
Douglas Martin takes a look at the unlikely collaboration between Parquet Courts and Bun B.
Will Hagle is singing “One Day” in honor of Mac Daddy. There is a Dizzee Rascal song called “H-Town” and it’s not about East London’s Hackney neighborhood. The hook consists of Dizzee repeatedly saying “I’m rolling round / H-Town / Texas man don’t hold me down.” It features Bun B and Trae and it was […]
Evan Nabavian may or may not have that zan with that lean. Ludacris and Bun B are outstanding rappers whose output is polluted with filler and trash. In the case of Bun, the cause is his compulsion to give a verse to anyone who asks nicely. His ubiquity seems to come from a place of […]
Always a wise decision to wait until the major label foots the bill for your video. Though Catfish Billy and the formerly stone-pocketed Bun B opt to keep things reasonably minimal, save for the flashy epilepsy-inducing graphics. I saw Yelawolf two weeks ago, my third time in the last year, and easily the most impressive […]