Bun B Defines What It Means To Be A G, His Most Lyrical Verse & Getting Up With 50 Cent In 1999 (Video)

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Bun B has over 22 years on record shelves, with over 25 as a professional MC. Bernard Freeman challenged the conventions of what a Southern MC was capable of, and helped define a brand of Gangsta Rap in Texas different than that of UGK’s homies, The Geto Boys. Sitting down with Montreality, Bun reveals some of his favorites (cartoons, video games, first jobs, definition of a “G”), while he also breaks down why “Murder” is the ultimate feather in his cap as an MC, and working with 50 Cent back in the Trackmasters/Columbia Records era:

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