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Return of the Trill

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A mixtape release, Return of the Trill was issued to appease fans as they await the release of the comparatively personal album Bernard. The 14-track set serves a secondary purpose as a reclamation of the slang adjective trill, which originated in Bun's native Port Arthur, Texas prior to widespread (and often improper) usage. Among the highlights are the muscular roller "Recognize" (featuring T.I. and Big K.R.I.T.), the jittering "Myself" (featuring Run the Jewels), and the mournful soul-blues hybrid "Gone Away" (with Leon Bridges and Gary Clark, Jr.).

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1
Trill Over Everything 00:04:34

Bun B, MainArtist - Killa Kyleon, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

2
Recognize 00:03:02

Bun B, MainArtist - T.I., FeaturedArtist - Big K.R.I.T., FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

3
KnoWhatImSayin 00:03:52

Bun B, MainArtist - Slim Thug, FeaturedArtist - Lil KeKe, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

4
Outta Season 00:04:17

Bun B, MainArtist - Big K.R.I.T., FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

5
Traphandz 00:04:19

Bun B, MainArtist - Yo Gotti, FeaturedArtist - 2 Chainz, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

6
Blood On The Dash 00:04:16

Bun B, MainArtist - Gary Clark Jr., FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

7
Myself 00:04:11

Bun B, MainArtist - Run The Jewels, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

8
Rudeboi 00:04:04

Bun B, MainArtist - Lil Wayne, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

9
Hoes From Da Hood 00:03:36

Bun B, MainArtist - BeatKing, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

10
Slow It Down 00:03:29

Bun B, MainArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

11
Never Going Back 00:03:48

Bun B, MainArtist - Giggs, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

12
U A Bitch 00:04:22

Pimp C, FeaturedArtist - Bun B, MainArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

13
Grow Up 00:03:51

Bun B, MainArtist - 8Ball & MJG, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

14
Gone Away 00:04:54

Bun B, MainArtist - Gary Clark Jr., FeaturedArtist - Leon Bridges, FeaturedArtist

2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE 2018 II Trill Enterprises / Double Dose Entertainment / EMPIRE

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A mixtape release, Return of the Trill was issued to appease fans as they await the release of the comparatively personal album Bernard. The 14-track set serves a secondary purpose as a reclamation of the slang adjective trill, which originated in Bun's native Port Arthur, Texas prior to widespread (and often improper) usage. Among the highlights are the muscular roller "Recognize" (featuring T.I. and Big K.R.I.T.), the jittering "Myself" (featuring Run the Jewels), and the mournful soul-blues hybrid "Gone Away" (with Leon Bridges and Gary Clark, Jr.).

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