Bun B achieved another milestone in his illustrious music career, as Ridin’ Dirty — the third studio album from him and Pimp C, better known as UGK — turned 20 years old on July 30th. Still their best-selling album (with over 850,000 copies), the album would be the catalyst for UGK’s classic collaboration with JAY Z, 1999’s “Big Pimpin’.”
Bun has evolved into one of Texas’ most popular citizens, teaching at Rice University and even becoming an ambassador for the Houston Astros. He recently sat down with DeAndre Hopkins, All Pro wide receiver for the Houston Texans, for Draft Kings, and the two squared off in their version of “Who Wrote The Rhyme?” where they tested each other’s rap lyric knowledge.
Killer Mike and OutKast’s “The Whole World,” JAY Z’ “I Got The Keys,” the Wu-Tang Clan’s “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta F**k Wit” and others are spotlighted. In between the back-and-forth, Bun and DeAndre talked Kanye West, J.J. Watt, and much more.