The who’s who of Atl came out tonight for Bun B’s listening session at Patchwerk Studios. Trill O.G. is an impressive and honorable listen. Personally, I think this third Trill album is better than II Trill, and I overheard whispers from others who felt the same way. Appearances by Trey Songz, 2Pac (new verse I’m told), Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, Drake, Twista, etc. are definitely ear-openers, but it’s Bun’s aggressive attack on every beat that makes Trill O.G. worth the purchase. Album scheduled to drop August 3rd.
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On the fifth installment of the series, the G-Unit soldier touched on an array of subjects as he spoke with XXL staffers and answered fan questions. He broke down why he believes that he, 50 Cent, and Lloyd Banks have been able to remain together while many other groups have disintegrated, saying that loyalty is their top priority and that they plan to put out new music together soon. He also talked about G-Unit passed on signing Nicki Minaj and Keisha Cole. The Talk of New York then spoke on foes like Game and Rick Ross and even opened up about the circumstances when he and 50 butt heads, plus much more. Check out a handful of clips below, or watch the entire interview here.
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