Bun B Gets Personal With Himself On 'Time Alone'
After receiving the confusing, yet wildly entertaining trailer for Jason Goldwatch's latest journalistic endeavorjust yesterday, we get the first installment of the game-changing program Time Alonewith Bun B getting awfully personal with himself. The Southern rap luminary really puts the work on himself, asking only the hardest hitting and least complimentary inquiries he could think someone to ask him. Unlike our own segment with the cooking and coloring enthusiast, the show pits the guest against themselves in an attempt to emulate the inner dialogue and deepest insecurities an artist faces everyday. In a journalistic landscape that gets more shallow everyday, who better to deliver those razor-sharp depositions than the subject themselves? To hear about Bun's A&R/label aspirations, his thoughts on how to help inner-city youths and why in the hell he wore Cross Colours back in the day, tune into the first installment of Jason Goldwatch'sTime Alonebelow.