Bun B on the Origins of the Term “Trill,” Mac Dre Using “Treal” (Part 9)

Watch Part 8: https://goo.gl/9XAFgg
Part 1: https://goo.gl/M6wv2q
In this clip, Bun B spoke on a greatest hits album of his that is currently circulating and stated that he has nothing to do with the project. According to Bun, he doesn’t own any of that music so it has to be someone over at Sony putting that together. Later, Bun B gave the backstory to the term “trill” and its origins in the Texas prison system. He also recounted how he helped break artists like Webbie and Jeezy by doing features.

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Flashback: Redman on MC Hammer's Hit on 3rd Bass- He Was Serious About Beef

Thu Nov 15 , 2018
In this flashback, Redman spoke about how hip-hop beefs were more serious before social media. He explained that MC Hammer was super serious about beef and would step to anyone who dissed him and came to the Bay Area. He went on to speak about Hammer allegedly putting a hit out on 3rd Bass, adding that Hammer was super serious about anyone dissing him. Redman went on to share a story of MC Hammer stepping to him at the last taping of Yo! MTV Raps for dissing him on the "Funky Uncles" off of Whut? Thee Album. To hear the full story, hit the above clip.