We love Bun B.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Paying tribute to Chad Butler.
In the words, well, question, of Elliott Wilson, "who lit a fire under Hip-Hop's ass.
"Sweet Jones or Sweet James? Switched my name, finger f*cked the game..." If there is ever a bad time to listen to listen to UGK, I pray I never experience such. On a completely different note, however, my mother would not be pleased if making women my property became my permanent career path. But if I ever just wanted to say "f*ck it" and not worry what she thought, Max Julien and Pimp C would definitely serve as my benchmarks.
The first time I listen to anything from Pimp Chad's The Naked Soul Of Sweet Jones will be when the entire album is made available.
"You know how The Pimp be, that nigga gon' speak his mind/ If he could speak down from heaven, he'd tell me stay on my grind.
Here's a couple new album joints from an artist we recently smoked with, Slim Thugga.
While the majority of you didn't bother to check for the album -- let alone the review, Z-Ro's not letting something petty like a buzz window get in the way of promoting his 2008 effort Crack.
Words by Khalid Strickland The first time Bun B soldiered on without his UGK co-defendant Pimp C, fans of the revered Port Arthur, Texas duo didn’t fret.
Remember when actual drug dealers used to run rampant through canals of Hip-Hop.
Have you ever been in a situation where a pending issue has been driving you crazy, but the topic is risque and you don't want to embarrass yourself by asking anyone.
Often one of the most overlooked in Houston's famed rapper gene rapper, Z-Ro isn't one to let popularity and politics stand in his way.
Despite II Trill being Bun B's second solo album, both have been Pimp C's just as much as his own.