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Bun B - Bernard (Album) 2017 + EP/Mixtape pour Août 2017

New single GameTime ... Album COMING - Bernard

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Posté Mer 12 Jul 2017

 


It's been four years since you released Trill OG: The Epilogue. How did it feel when your latest single "Gametime" dropped?

It felt good. In the new state of making music and recording, “Gametime” was literally the first song I wrote. It’s actually like a year and a half old. I’ve been ready to get back in [music] for that long. I’m molding my craft again. Making songs for radio and clubs is one thing -- we can phone that in -- but I’m a lyricist. I’m expected to speak about the current state of affairs. So this is the lyrical part. We will be getting to the current state of affairs shortly.

What’s your best UGK memory?

The initial days of Pimp C and me -- a lot of people don’t know that Pimp and I initially didn’t get along in high school. We didn’t know each other. There was a football game where we confronted each other, about preconceived notions we had of one another. And we were both wrong. From that point on, we became very close friends. I always remember, like it was yesterday -- the day that he and I realized we were close to [being] the same person and about the same things. The next day, I went to his house and listened to some music. It was him and me ever since.

What do you want the world to know about Pimp C?

Pimp C was a great man, not just a great musician. He was a great producer, rapper and friend. He really cared a lot about Southern hip-hop and artists. He wanted us to be recognized as the professionals, musicians, producers, craftsmen and businessmen we are. He wanted the South to get credit. I think he can look down on it and smile, and see so many different regions, people and movements he helped to give birth to.

What can we anticipate from you next?

Next up will be some music. Bun B Day in Houston is August 30th. I’ll be dropping a project the day before. I won’t be giving the name away. There’ll be some music for people to listen to. The song “Gametime” probably won’t even be on that [project]. This is just to let people know I’m still here, and I can still get down like I’ve always gotten down. We’ll be dropping the real single in the next two to three weeks or so. This was just a teaser to let people know Bun B was back. They’re not even ready for the songs I just did a month ago. I have to peddle this stuff out accordingly. I don’t want to hurt nobody.

Posté Mer 12 Jul 2017
Enfin il sort de ferme a manger du poulet pour sortir un projet. J'attend ça.
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Posté Mer 12 Jul 2017

Yes, enfin du new Bun ! Projet pour le 29 août donc, hâte !

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Posté Mer 12 Jul 2017

Bun qui part full lyriciste, ça sonne très bien ça! Ca sent les très bons feats: Scarface, Black Thoought, Talib Kweli (j'y crois à 70%)

Posté Ven 21 Jul 2017

Bun B On Recruiting Big K.R.I.T. For New Album & The Evolution of Trap Music

“I’m making an album now,” he said. “I’ve been stepping away from the game for a while. I didn’t have a record deal anymore, so for me, it was refreshing to be in the position to make music because I wanted to not because I had to. Because I was signed to a record company. Because I took an advance from a record company. It’s really about the freedom of being able to record, so for a while I just didn’t record at all. And just laid back, watched my grandkids grow up.”

With fatherhood at the forefront, he admitted it took a little nudge from his wife to get things rolling.

“One day, my wife tapped my on the shoulder and she was like “Uhh, professor, you still have a day job,'” he said. “So we got back in the lab and it’s been going amazing.”

His new album features another Southern rapper, Big K.R.I.T., who also cut ties with his record label almost a year ago.

“I’m using actually Big K.R.I.T. as my musical coordinator,” he says. “So he’s been doing production on the album. He’s been actually singing on the album, but more importantly, help to kind of craft a sound of my own.

“This album is crazy,” he continues. “I don’t think people are really gonna have an idea of what I’m coming with. There’s going to be songs from me that you would expect but there’s going to be a level of depth that I’m going to in these songs. I’m thinking of naming this album after my real name, Bernard, because this is a side of myself that took basically 43 years to get to and to really be able to lay everything out. This is what everything has been, this is what everything will be.”

Posté Ven 21 Jul 2017

Il chauffe trop, vivement!

Posté Ven 21 Jul 2017
Je m'attendais un jour a une sorte de collaboration de ce genre, krit c'est une réincarnation de pimp c.

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