(AllHipHop News) Texas rap legend Bun B. continues to work and actively collaborate with a new crop of emcees blossoming in the Hip-Hop genre. Over the weekend, Bun B. was in Austin Texas shooting a video with rappers Chuck Inglish, Chip The Ripper and Freddie Gibbs for an upcoming single. Chuck Inglish and Mickey Rocks form the critically acclaimed duo The Cool Kids, who met via MySpace in 2005.The pair have since released a number of critically acclaimed independent releases, in addition to recording with artists like Twista, Pac Div, Cleveland rapper Chip The Ripper has been bubbling based on releases like Get It Girl and Fitted in addition to being cosigned by producer Hi-Tek. Gary, Indiana native Freddie Gibbs has already worked with a number of top producers, including Just Blaze, Alchemist, Buckwild and others in addition to being featured in XXL magazine, as well as AllHipHop.coms Breeding Ground. Its just something we came together and did, Bun B. told AllHipHop.com in regards to the singles origin. Rich Perry, the manager for The Cool Kids and Pac Div was like yo, Im trying to do a something a little different, I got this track, I just want to put a couple of cats on it and see what happens. We just got together and did it, Bun B. stated. Bun B. has been recording for almost as many years as all of the new artists have combined. This fact does not deter Bun from working with the latest in Hip-Hop talent. You cant break the cycle, Bun B. told AllHipHop.com. Life goes in cycles and theres cycles within the main cycle. You look around and you see things happening that happened before in the past and you see the new resurgence of emcees and if you dont step out the way sometimes and let these kids come through, they are just going to push you out of the way. I give my blessings and my cosigns, and I put them on my shoulders so to speak and they give me game and hopefully they come back and pull me up and then we pull somebody else up. And thats how they game supposed to go. Bun B. is currently working on his new album Trill O.G. for Rap-A-Lot/Universal Records.