A Tempered, Measured Review of “Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book,” by the Guy Who Wrote and Illustrated “Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book”
[Editor’s Note: Regular Noisey contributor and noted middle school football coach Shea Serrano wrote and illustrated a coloring book with Bun B from UGK. It comes out today. We love Shea and his book is great, so we assigned a review of it to him. Buy the book on Amazon for yourself, or else.]
I’ve reviewed exactly one book in my six years of professional writing. It was called Antonio’s Gun and Delfino’s Dream: True Tales of Mexican Migration. It was about Mexicans. I enjoyed it greatly. But I did not enjoy it more than the book I am reviewing today. This one isn’t about Mexicans. Better than that: The book I am reviewing today was written and illustrated by a Mexican. Me. I’m the Mexican. It’s my book. It’s calledBun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity. It’s called that because it’s also Bun B’s book, if you can even believe that.
I’d assumed that writing a review of a book that I wrote and illustrated would be difficult, that I’d be unable to write something objective and fair. Alas, I was wrong. It was easy. BECAUSE THIS BOOK IS THE FUCKING TITS.
I can say with certainty: Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book is, in no unclear terms, the greatest, most important work of art of the last 300 years.