The Houston rapper posted to his Instagram page on Monday that his Trill Burgers are making a comeback at the Houston Livestock and Rodeo from Feb. 28 to March 19. The burger stand will be located at Booth RP130 in Rodeo Plaza, near the Champion Wine Garden and NRG Astrodome. Bun B has been making quite a name for himself at RodeoHouston.
Last year, he was the first Black man from the Houston area to headline a rodeo concert. He performed in front of a sold-out crowd, rocking the stage with his friends for the “H-Town Takeover” concert.
The show was so good that RodeoHouston asked Bun B to come back and do it all over again, but the “Get Throwed” rapper said this year will be different. Instead of an “H-Town Takeover” show, Bun B is putting together a “Southern Takeover” show.
“You know, we celebrated Houston’s hip-hop history and culture and that was something, even if we wanted to, couldn’t duplicate it,” Bun B said after being brought up as a special guest during this year’s entertainment announcement. “So I had to think, how do we make this thing bigger and take it up another level? Being from Texas, not just having that Houston and Texas culture…but Southern culture is a big part of life as well. They’re cowboys and they understand rodeo lifestyle so I said let’s make this about the South this time.”
Bun B’s “Southern Takeover” will be happening on Black Heritage Day, which is March 3. Bun B hasn’t announced who will be performing with him.