Bun B Discourages Young Artists From Accepting Remix Offers From Mainstream Rappers (Video)

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Triple O.G. Bun B sat in for an interview with G-Unit Radio’s DJ Whoo Kid on Shade 45. Bun, who’s been a big brother MC to rappers ranging from A$AP Rocky and Big K.R.I.T. to Termanology and Vic Mensa tells the G-Unit DJ why artists should be cautious when a big artist wants to hop on the remix to their hit—a trend upheld by guys like Jay Z (Young Jeezy), Kanye West (Chief Keef), and especially T.I. (Trinidad Jame$). Bun also talks his come-up, and fourth solo album, which debuted in the Top 30 last week.

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