Video: Jay-Z Brings Out Bun B @ BP3 Tour’s Houston Show

Nice Pimp C tribute.

Spotted @ RR

After the jump, a photo of Bun in the studio with Pharrell & Chad.

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Previously: PIC: Jay-Z + Pharrell + Chad | PIC: Pharrell + Asher Roth | PIC: Pharrell + J. Cole


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18 Responses to “Video: Jay-Z Brings Out Bun B @ BP3 Tour’s Houston Show”

  1. Mr. Iceberg slim Says:

    Young……..

  2. Harlem World Says:

    Bun B is everywhere, Neptunes too

  3. landlord Says:

    Jersey*made*me Says:

    February 24th, 2010 at 12:17 pm
    @RJ

    Stuart Scott is that dude b.You can’t deny where these neo-analysts got their style from.He brought that urban flavor to ESPN.Give him his props for that at least.

    ————-

    i see what you saying about the pioneer shit …but his “urbanness” is so corny and contrived and forced …. if he would just be himself and stop with the outdated and never clever catchphrases, the natural urban qualities might come through, but noooooo this nigga wanna be Damon Wayans Pryor and whatnot …

  4. Remixznflow Says:

    as a coach?… yes

    ^
    figured…

    Tony Kornheiser, Sean Salisbury, Rich Eisen and Kenny Mayne are the alltime GOATS of ESPN …

    cuz THOSE niggas are like mini bill parcels on espn…

  5. Beezy Says:

    cooler than the other side of the pillow

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:
    February 24th, 2010 at 12:19 pm
    Young……..

    *dead*

  7. Joe 88 Says:

    “no soup for you!”

  8. landlord Says:

    Beezy Says:

    February 24th, 2010 at 12:22 pm
    cooler than the other side of the pillow

    ——–

    “no he di’ nt yo …” (c) cock-eyed stew

    blah blah blah

  9. Mr. Amber Lamps Says:

    @Ghost
    bedroomproducers.blogspot.com
    You should be able to find whatever sounds you’d even think you need in there. Your sample chopping game is proper though fam.
    Do you have non soul or vocal but still sample based beats I could listen to?

  10. Remixznflow Says:

    i see what you saying about the pioneer shit …but his “urbanness” is so corny and contrived and forced …. if he would just be himself and stop with the outdated and never clever catchphrases, the natural urban qualities might come through, but noooooo this nigga wanna be Damon Wayans Pryor and whatnot …

    ^you might be right.. he may need to switch it up alittle (nhjic)… but when he first hit the scene dude was responsible for alot of new fans watching espn… he changed the game or was at the very least, played a part in

  11. Jersey*made*me Says:

    “boo-yah”

    “son went off”

    “hater in the house”
    ^^

    “coolet than the other side of the pillow”

    “gimme all three of these”

    “reservations for six”

    “see what had happened”

    “that ain’t right”

    “getting jiggy wit it”

    “getting his swerve on”

    “don’t hate the player,hate the game”

    ETC,them niggas owe Stu checks.Stu that nigga man.

  12. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Mr. Iceberg slim Says:
    February 24th, 2010 at 12:19 pm
    Young……..

    *dead*
    ^^
    *hops in the 2 seater casket*

  13. Mr. Amber Lamps Says:

    Ever year Stuart’s eye get deader and deader

  14. Remixznflow Says:

    “boo-yah”

    “son went off”

    “hater in the house”
    ^^

    “coolet than the other side of the pillow”

    “gimme all three of these”

    “reservations for six”

    “see what had happened”

    “that ain’t right”

    “getting jiggy wit it”

    “getting his swerve on”

    “don’t hate the player,hate the game”

    ETC,them niggas owe Stu checks.Stu that nigga man.

    ^
    LOL.. THIS… swear to god when vince carter was jumping off of trampolines onto niggas heads (nah), stu was the ONLY commentator that could really capture the essence…

  15. Mr. Amber Lamps Says:

    Niggas do owe Stu checks. But there were some other heat raps by his caucasoid counterparts. Mainly:
    *highpitched* “heshootshescores”
    “the whifffff”

  16. DutchSamson Says:

    Jay and Bun should just do a collabo. At one point, I thought Scarface would be a better candidate, but Bun is more than capable. There histories are similar too. Why not? A real best of both worlds. NY and the south. What fuccn with that?

  17. Jay-Z speaks on 45 King & Hard Knock Life : Know the Ledge Says:

    […] Taken from a Swedish? documentary, Jay-Z and the 45 King speak about the creation of “Hard Knock Life”. There’s a little cameo by Kid Capri as well. This was my first time ever seeing 45 King talk and spin in real life. Very cool interview. In related Jay-Z news, there is a vid of Jay and Bun B doing “Big Pimpin” on his BP3 tour stop in Houston. Pretty Cool. Via NR. […]

  18. E-Tard Says:

    Random Question: Anybody know the best place to get Jay-Z tix, specifically for March 6 in NJ?

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