Though one’s a grizzled Southern vet and the other only just removed the “Young” from his stage name, Houston icon Bun B and ATL mainstay Jeezy have quite a bit in common: both keep one ear pressed firmly to the blacktop, both have extensive trapping experience, both share a taste for towering cash stacks and flashy cars, etc, etc… On Bun’s latest official single, Just Like That, he and his fellow Southern-rap luminary celebrate all of the things that bring them together, flowing over Drumma Boy‘s bombastic mix of clicking percussion and synth-brass/strings. In between showing off his candy-painted Cadillac and nickel-plated nine, the headliner takes a moment to admonish friends-turned-haters who need to undergo “gangster maintenance” or risk being arrested by the “swag police.” So, readers, do you Just Like this single, or do you love it? Either way, you’ll want to pick up a copy of Trill O.G., the final installment in the UGK alum’s three-LP Trill series (get it?), on August 3, when it hits stores everywhere via Rap-A-Lot/Asylum.
Written by richard on 05/31/10
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"They Don't Wanna Play ft. Bun B & Bad Seed" (2007)
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