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A legendary rapper from Port Arthur, Texas, Bun B started his career in the late '80s, alongside longtime partner Pimp C, as the groundbreaking duo UGK (Underground Kings). One of the South's earliest, best, and longest-lasting groups, they would release nine albums between 1992 and 2009, despite Pimp C's untimely death in 2007. Bun B was hugely influential to countless artists from coast to coast, and he remains one of the busiest emcees in the game: collaborating with many rappers, grinding in the studio and on the road, and even working as a guest lecturer at Rice University. Trill OG: The Epilogue is his fourth solo album (following Trill, II Trill, and Trill OG). It finds him staying in his lane, continuing to display the smooth, hustler-friendly style he's been rocking since day one. Made up mostly of leftover songs from his last effort, it still sounds great, full of gooey basslines and ice-cold verses, along with features from Pimp C, Devin the Dude, Big K.R.I.T., Rick Ross, Lil Boosie, Z-Ro, Raekwon, and more. Check out "Cake," "On One," "Don't Play with Me," and "The Legendary DJ Screw."

EDITORS’ NOTES

A legendary rapper from Port Arthur, Texas, Bun B started his career in the late '80s, alongside longtime partner Pimp C, as the groundbreaking duo UGK (Underground Kings). One of the South's earliest, best, and longest-lasting groups, they would release nine albums between 1992 and 2009, despite Pimp C's untimely death in 2007. Bun B was hugely influential to countless artists from coast to coast, and he remains one of the busiest emcees in the game: collaborating with many rappers, grinding in the studio and on the road, and even working as a guest lecturer at Rice University. Trill OG: The Epilogue is his fourth solo album (following Trill, II Trill, and Trill OG). It finds him staying in his lane, continuing to display the smooth, hustler-friendly style he's been rocking since day one. Made up mostly of leftover songs from his last effort, it still sounds great, full of gooey basslines and ice-cold verses, along with features from Pimp C, Devin the Dude, Big K.R.I.T., Rick Ross, Lil Boosie, Z-Ro, Raekwon, and more. Check out "Cake," "On One," "Don't Play with Me," and "The Legendary DJ Screw."

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About Bun B

Rapper Bun B (born Bernard Freeman) rose to fame in the duo UGK. Bun B and Pimp C formed UGK in the late '80s when their former crew, Four Black Ministers, fell apart. Based in Port Arthur, Texas, UGK signed with Jive, and with 1992's Too Hard to Swallow began a series of Southern gangsta rap albums that were successful sellers. Bun B formed the side project Mddl Fngz in 2000, but his main concern was still UGK. Things came to halt in 2003 when Pimp C was sentenced to eight years in prison on an aggravated gun assault charge. Bun B carried on solo, making numerous appearances on other artists' tracks and then in 2005 releasing both the mixtape Legends and his debut album, the Rap-a-Lot release Trill, a Top Ten hit. With Pimp C seeing early release in late 2005, Bun B returned to UGK and a self-titled double album from the duo dropped in 2007. Tragedy struck in early 2008 when Pimp C died suddenly, leaving Bun B to return to a solo career. His second solo album, II Trill, arrived that same year with his third, Trill O.G., following in 2010. In 2013 he closed the Trill series with the fourth and final effort, Trill O.G.: The Epilogue. ~ David Jeffries

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