I'm guessing that Bun B, who is also a co-professor of a course on Ethics & Hip Hop at Rice University, won't use the forum to speak on Religion and Hip Hop culture or a career in the music industry like he has done in recent months, but we'll let you know if that changes. Check out Bun B discussing the illuminati, ethics, and the war, with Talib Kweli, Lupe Fiasco and Russell Simmons at recent Rice University events, in videos below.
I wonder what Bun B thinks about Odd Future member Tyler the Creator's new album "Goblin" which is out via XL today (5/10). He might prefer the more ethical raps you can hear at the Pharoahe Monch/Jean Grae show happening at Brooklyn Bowl TONIGHT.
And speaking of Talib Kweli (who has his own free show coming up), maybe he'll be at Brooklyn Bowl to perform with Jean again, like he just did on his tour that included an April 28th show at SOB's and didn't include a May 4th show at Sonar in Baltimore. Watch a video of Talib and Jean on stage together (and covering Nina Simone) on May 3rd in DC (you can hear them advertise the not-cancelled-yet Sonar show at the even of the video), also below...
Bun B Speaks on Illuminati at his ETHICS OF HIP HOP Panel Discussion | Rice Univ. HERE Project
Russell Simmons Joins Bun B + HERE Project at Rice University | "Super Rich" Book Tour
Lupe Fiasco on American Soldiers and War at Bun B x Rice University's ETHICS OF HIP HOP Discussion
Bun B x Talib Kweli x Lupe Fiasco x Tre9 x Trae Tha Truth x Malice discuss THE ETHICS OF HIP HOP
talib kweli & jean grae - get by/sinnerman (nina simone cover)