Veteran rapper and businessman Bun B sat down for a conversation with the hosts of the "Earn Your Leisure" podcast as part of the "Earn Your Masters" pop-up event held at SXSW. The event also featured performances by the UGK MC along with Tobe Nigiwe,, OG Ron C and others.
Bun B is about to boss up in his hometown in a major way. The Rap icon is set to open up his own burger joint in Houston this summer.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott had everyone looking at him sideways, including Houston native Bun B, after he announced he was lifting mask mandates and fully opening the state.
Bun B kept it all the way real and said "f*ck Tory Lanez" and called his behavior in the situation "ho a** sh*t" while defending Megan Thee Stallion.
H-Town legend Bun B has announced that he would be willing to participate in the #Verzuz battle series, but only if he can go head to head with Memphis legends 8 Ball & MJG. On Wednesday (May 26), Bun B took to Instagram to post a mock flyer regarding the proposed UGK/Ball & MJG Verzuz battle, before explaining that Timbaland and Swizz Beatz want to gauge the level of interest in the potential battle.
Bun B and Scooter Braun's Hurricane Harvey telethon Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief brought together entertainers and Hip-Hop stars alike.
Texas rapper Bun B says that an invite the upcoming Hurricane Harvey telethon for President Donald Trump will only happen if he agrees to one stipulation.
Donald Trump’s emboldening of White Supremacy has many Americans on edge and ready to fight back against the rising sentiment amongst alt-righters racists. You can count Bun B amongst those ready to push back against Cheeto and his White Nationalist supporters.
With summer just around the corner, a handful of songs are sure to reign supreme throughout the season (Drake’s “One Dance, anyone?), but there’s no clearcut dominant rap record. But in comes Wiz Khalifa with a potential anthem titled “Pull Up,” featuring Lil Uzi Vert.
Mass Appeal and Complex have joined forces to produce Long Live the Pimp, a new online documentary on the life of deceased rapper Pimp C, one-half of pioneering Southern Hip Hop group UGK.
Rap-A-Lot founder and CEO James Prince helped bring about one of Hip-Hop’s most vital record labels, home to Geto Boys, Scarface and several other Down South acts. Prince sat down with veteran rapper and growing media personality Bun B for a candid chat on the label’s founding and more this past weekend at SXSW.