10 Essential Bun B Tracks 

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1. “Int’l Players Anthem” (feat. Outkast, UGK’s Underground Kingz) - They didn’t name it the Anthem for nothing.

2. “Cake” (Trill O.G.) - Yes, it’s as delicious as it sounds

3. “Big Beast” - (off Killer Mike’s R.A.P. Music) - Features the best use of “onomatopoeia” in a rap lyric, ever

4. “Wood Wheel” - (UGK’s Dirty Money) - Manages to be a better low rider jam than “Low Rider”

5. “Get Throwed” - (Trill) - One of Bun and Pimp C’s last tracks together; they made it count

6. “Big Pimpin’” (Jay-Z’s Vol. 3 …. Life and Times of S. Carter) - It’s just that Jay-Z, Pimp C and B.U.N. B

7. “One Day” (UGK’s Ridin’ Dirty) - Showing a softer side … sort of

8. “Front, Back & Side to Side” - (UGK’s Super Tight) - The southern-fried hip-hop sound perfected in four minutes

9. “Put It Down” (feat. Drake, Trill O.G.) - Proving that he can still hang with the younguns’

10. “Diamonds & Wood” (UGK’s Ridin’ Dirty) - Houston needs to just adopt this as their official city song




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