Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Bun B - Emo's - May 21, 2008

From the hosted by your "Dennis Haysbert" wannabe, Bavu Blakes department... Bun B @ Emo's on May 21st! And that's not all... Gerald G, Staci Russell, Pimpin Pen, Dred Skott, Southbound, and DJ Rapid Ric! Get your tix here!

Also catch Bun B @ MusicMania on May 21st @ 5pm for a store appearance!


Man Hillary Clinton must be smokin some good shit! I wish I had some of that!

More info:

Bernard Freeman (born March 19, 1973), better known by his stage name Bun B, is a rapper and one half (with the late Pimp C) of Southern hip hop act UGK from Port Arthur, Texas. He now resides in Pearland, but works in Houston where he is a member of Rap-A-Lot Records, an underground hip hop record label. He is also co-owner of Trill Entertainment with the late Pimp C.

Bun B's first major appearances was on Jay Z's song Big Pimpin' with Pimp C & Three 6 Mafia's Sippin' on Some Syrup, together known as UGK, then with Houston's emergence as a hip hop hotbed in 2005, Bun made guest appearances on numerous albums by Houston rappers as well as other artists throughout the South. Among his more notable collaborations are "3 Kings" by Slim Thug (also featuring T.I.), "They Don't Know" by Paul Wall (also featuring Mike Jones), "Gimme That" by Webbie, and "23-Hr. Lockdown" by the Ying Yang Twins, a song dedicated to Pimp C and other songs such as "Hold Up" featuring Chamillionare and Stat Quo and also "Stay In Ya Place" featuring Pitbull. While the majority of his collaborations have been with relatively popular, mainstream Southern artists, Bun has also worked with little-known and maverick Southerners such as Little Brother and Trae. He also made his mark on albums from other regions including Lil' Kim's The Naked Truth ("We Don't Give a Fuck") and Beanie Sigel's acclaimed The B. Coming ("Purple Rain")and also da bottom volume four.

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