SUPREME is taking their talents to H-Town. The brand has announced a UGK collection celebrating Ridin’ Dirty.
If anything they can just go to any old Burger King in Houston and have it their way if they wish.
Drake is the latest rapper in a growing line of MC's who've had the pleasure of getting a bite out of the now legendary beef burger as others like Tyler, The Creator, Fat Joe and Jadakiss promptly gave Bun B his flowers after experiencing what he'd been perfecting in the kitchen all these years.
Hopefully the success of Trill Burgers will be enough to catapult it to more locations such as New York and LA, but until then, we guess we'll have to wait and see if we'll ever get a chance to chow down on what Bun B's been cooking on the grill.
Bun B recently sat down to discuss the revelation of Jay-Z borrowing his lyrics from his UGK days for a verse on his hit "99 Problems" as a guest on the 'People's Party with Talib Kweli' podcast.
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.
This week Spitta comes through with some new visuals for “Closing Date,” where he shows off some big boy toys in his garage and proves not all rappers need a Maybach or Benz to roll hard on these streets. Sometimes a classic car is enough to get the job done.
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.
Lil Wayne may have boarded the cancel express, but his latest apology tour is solidifying him staying there. On Friday (Jun 6) on Weezy's TuneChi Radio show on Apple Music, the Young Money captain featured special guests, Killer Mike, Snoop Dogg, and Bun B alongside the mayor of D.C., Muriel Bowser, along with hoopers Chris Paul and Stephen Jackson to discuss the current state of our social climate and the importance of protesting.