You're Everything

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For the Keith Urban song, see Your Everything.
"You're Everything"
Single by Bun B featuring David Banner, Rick Ross and 8Ball & MJG
from the album II Trill
A-side That's Gangsta
B-side Pop It 4 Pimp
Released July 31, 2008
Format CD single, Digital download
Recorded 2008
Genre Hip hop
Length 4:36
Label Rap-a-Lot, Asylum, Atlantic
Producer(s) Mr Lee (producer)
Bun B singles chronology
"That's Gangsta"
"You're Everything"
"Countin' Money"
David Banner singles chronology
"Get Like Me"
"You're Everything"
"Shawty Say"
Rick Ross singles chronology
"Here I Am"
"You're Everything"
"Mafia Music"
8Ball & MJG singles chronology
"Spit Your Game [Remix]"
"You're Everything"
"Bring It Back"

"You're Everything" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Bun B, released July 31, 2008 as the second single from his second studio album II Trill (2008). The song, produced by Mr. Lee, features fellow southern rappers Rick Ross, David Banner and 8Ball & MJG. The video was released August 6, 2008, on BET's Access Granted.


In 8Ball's verse, he reels off a list of Dirty South rappers (in order) Pimp C, Bun B, 8Ball & MJG, Big Boi, André 3000 (named as Dre Three-Thou), Scarface, Willie D, T.I. (named as T.I.P.), Young Jeezy, Birdman, Lil Wayne (named as Lil Weezy), Trick Daddy, Young Buck, Jermaine Dupri, J. Prince, Juicy J, DJ Paul, Slim Thug, Lil' Keke, Chamillionaire, and Paul Wall. He also mentions record companies So So Def (named before Jermaine Dupri) and Rap-a-Lot Records (named after J. Prince). The song uses the drum beats of 808's and 909's.

The song uses a sample from "Cry for You" by Jodeci.

Rapper E-40 also sampled "You're Everything" in his song "That Candy Paint" also featuring Bun B and Slim Thug, from E-40's 2011 album Revenue Retrievin': Graveyard Shift.


Chamillionaire did a freestyle to the song called "Do It for H Town" featuring Trae and Slim Thug for Mixtape Messiah 4, and another called "Everything" featuring Crooked I for Mixtape Messiah 6.


Chart (2008) Peak Position
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 59[1]


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