One of the many things that Bun B is quick to display in his work is a representation and loyalty to the Dirty South. Knowing that he and many of his popular industry-mates are products of their environment, the Port Arthur, Texas native assembles a few of his fellow Southerners for an ode to their native region, entitled You’re Everything. While certain aspects of Port Arthur may be different from Miami (Rick Ross), Mississippi (David Banner), and Memphis (8Ball & MJG), the Southern influence and way of life brings all four heavyweights together (with a little help from Mr. Lee‘s production). For more bangers straight from this artist’s heart, Bun B’s sophomore album, II Trill, hits stores and online retailers this upcoming Tuesday, May 20.
Written by Burmy on 05/13/08
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"They Don't Wanna Play ft. Bun B & Bad Seed" (2007)
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