Bun B recently participated in Mass Appeal’s “Time Alone” segment, a video series where rappers are shown interviewing themselves.
The Port Arthur, Texas native discussed his future in music during his “Time Alone” segment.
“Hopefully I’m able to branch out, start a label, help other up-and-coming artists in the industry,” Bun B said in the interview. “I don’t know how many more albums I personally want to do, but I still want to contribute to the culture.”
When addressing how America should handle its youth, Bun said that politics are “completely upside down” and there needs to be a more focused approach on young people in the nation.
“It’s definitely something we should address right now,” Bun B said. “Hoods all over America are upside down and the politics are completely upside down and there is no honor amongst thieves, I guess, so to speak, so we just gotta be more hands-on with the youth of America.”
Bun B’s last project release was last year with Trill OG: The Epilogue. Bun’s efforts as an educator include work at Rice University in the School of the Humanities on Hip Hop and Religion.