14 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A legendary rapper from Port Arthur, Texas, Bun B started his career in the late '80s, alongside longtime partner Pimp C, as the groundbreaking duo UGK (Underground Kings). One of the South's earliest, best, and longest-lasting groups, they would release nine albums between 1992 and 2009, despite Pimp C's untimely death in 2007. Bun B was hugely influential to countless artists from coast to coast, and he remains one of the busiest emcees in the game: collaborating with many rappers, grinding in the studio and on the road, and even working as a guest lecturer at Rice University. Trill OG: The Epilogue is his fourth solo album (following Trill, II Trill, and Trill OG). It finds him staying in his lane, continuing to display the smooth, hustler-friendly style he's been rocking since day one. Made up mostly of leftover songs from his last effort, it still sounds great, full of gooey basslines and ice-cold verses, along with features from Pimp C, Devin the Dude, Big K.R.I.T., Rick Ross, Lil Boosie, Z-Ro, Raekwon, and more. Check out "Cake," "On One," "Don't Play with Me," and "The Legendary DJ Screw."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A legendary rapper from Port Arthur, Texas, Bun B started his career in the late '80s, alongside longtime partner Pimp C, as the groundbreaking duo UGK (Underground Kings). One of the South's earliest, best, and longest-lasting groups, they would release nine albums between 1992 and 2009, despite Pimp C's untimely death in 2007. Bun B was hugely influential to countless artists from coast to coast, and he remains one of the busiest emcees in the game: collaborating with many rappers, grinding in the studio and on the road, and even working as a guest lecturer at Rice University. Trill OG: The Epilogue is his fourth solo album (following Trill, II Trill, and Trill OG). It finds him staying in his lane, continuing to display the smooth, hustler-friendly style he's been rocking since day one. Made up mostly of leftover songs from his last effort, it still sounds great, full of gooey basslines and ice-cold verses, along with features from Pimp C, Devin the Dude, Big K.R.I.T., Rick Ross, Lil Boosie, Z-Ro, Raekwon, and more. Check out "Cake," "On One," "Don't Play with Me," and "The Legendary DJ Screw."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

DenzelCurryTakesAnLEveryDay ,

Nice.

Pretty good. Not as good as the first two trills but still good. Fire is my favorite song off the album. It sounds like it was recorded somewhere btween 2007-2010. Bun, Ross and 2 Chainz all deliver. Nice to see Lil Boosie on the album. Pimp C is always good.

Mavula58 ,

The Best album

This is the best album, it's worth buying it.

pholly ,

Good album

Not great but if you're a big Bun B fan you'll love this. The songs are all just good, nothing great and overall it just feels more like a mixtape than an album, especially with all the featured artists.

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