Former Auburn receiver Robert Dunn, aka "DUNNCITY," has become an Internet sensation with his rap song "Goose and Patron."
Now he's bringing his act back to Auburn for a Saturday night show.
Dunn, who is set to release a mixtape in June, told The Anniston Star that he will perform live Saturday at what used to be the Best Western Hotel on College Street. The show is expected to being around 10 p.m.
Dunn has released several singles and said he looks forward to his return to Auburn.
Former Tigers Quentin Groves and Travis Williams are running the company pushing Dunn. The group, Major League Ent., is focusing on pushing DUNNCITY and Eric Moore, aka "Knuck Da Gov."
Williams said both are expected to release mixtapes at approximately the same time this summer.
Auburn student Tia Shae is also with the group, though she is currently focusing more on her studies.
Groves said it was important for her to focus on her education before diving into the music industry.
"I told her you've got to do what you've got to do now so you can do what you want in the future," said Groves, who plays defensive end for the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars. "Music will always be there."
More notes to come following Auburn's Tuesday night practice.