In the latest of Mass Appeal’s “Off Tha’ Wall” interview series, they caught up with the Underground King Bun B for an exclusive interview. The king of the TRILL went through a breakdown of his career timeline including O.G. names then getting his first break with the late Pimp C on the “Menace II Society” original soundtrack.
He went on to name his early influences including the Juice Crew, Kool G. Rap and Rakim because of their lyrical content. He names Stevie Wonder’s “Songs in the Key of Life” his favorite album as well as movies, food, and Prince or Michael Jackson. The interview closes out with his definition and real definition of “TRILL.”
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