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We know you hate this song, but they don't care. It's the self-made, trillionaires. Jampacked with aerial helicopter views from penthouse suites while pulling up mean with the angel bowing, Mr. 4 Cigs and Teddy Pain surround themselves with enough fat asses and liquor to get the party crackalatin' on YouTube.
Let there be no doubt Bun B has hustle blood running through his veins. Since the untimely death of his partner in crime Pimp C, Houston’s torchbearer has continued to grind, releasing three solo joints and showing up as a sidekick on more teams than Shaq. As it usually happens, the hard work has paid off. With the third installment of his Trill series: Bun B and friends have released a smooth collection of southern-fried gangster rap to cap off a great summer of Hip-Hop.
In the Book of Trill, chapter 1:16, it clearly states that thou shall tell the truth and nothing but the truth while the congregation sangs. Bun B abides by this oath and he gives you the Trill O.G. preamble to increasingly whet your appetite for more of the realness. Team Trill strikes again. Bun B Feat. J. Prince – "Chuuch!!!" (Prod. by Steve Below) | Download And in case you have any questions about the album's details, let this promo spot featuring a yet-unreleased video for "Countin' Money" be your guide.
No surprises in seeing this collab here. The "Uptown" boys put it down on So Far Gone and since then, have been the best of chums. One would expect Bun to bring the trill but Drizzy sends some shots in some of you (ahem) "haters" direction without any sugar coating: "Overboard nigga/I'm quoted more nigga/results are in/I guess you should have voted for nigga.
“Bun is on the mic, Premier is on the track/the south is in the house, now what can f#ck with that?” The quoted line above pretty much sums it up as Premo returns home to Texas (sort of), blessing Bun with his signature scratches for the track "Let Em Know.
It may not be as fashionable to book T-Pain for studio time anymore, but the Trill O.G. is looking to bring that practice back into reform. Supported by futuristic J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League swagger, Bun Beedo is in complete control of his funds as he pounds the pavement with his street single.
After a snippet appeared on the mixtape that wasn't, here's a more complete version of "Countin' Money.