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Collie Buddz
     

Collie Buddz

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by Collie Buddz
 

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When Collie Buddz's debut single, "Come Around," came around, it catapulted this unknown white Bermudian into the Jamaican dance hall charts by first conquering Europe and then making an impression on American urban radio. It usually doesn't work like that, but this "Legalize It" for the Beenie Man and Akon generation

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When Collie Buddz's debut single, "Come Around," came around, it catapulted this unknown white Bermudian into the Jamaican dance hall charts by first conquering Europe and then making an impression on American urban radio. It usually doesn't work like that, but this "Legalize It" for the Beenie Man and Akon generation was so instantly infectious and gloriously speaker-rumbling that the sometimes fickle JA dancehall massive had to let this outsider in. With his debut album, Buddz proves he deserves it. This is partially due to the way he rides the seemingly impossible jumble of genres his showcase of a debut throws at him. The Shakira-flavored "Mamacita" lives a couple doors down from the bravado-driven street track "Defend Your Own" featuring rapper Krayzie Bone, while further down the road there's the righteous roots number "Let Me Know," produced by the tasteful choice of reggae stalwart Bobby Konders. Then there's the David Bowie "Let's Dance" sample that figures into the wicked ragga of "My Everything" and the almost too polished and pop "Tomorrow's Another Day," which could have been pure syrup in someone else's hands. Wherever the music goes, Buddz is always Buddz, with island soul and convincing delivery, like a more punkish Sean Paul with traces of Anthony B. and Damien Marley. His lyrics are right there, too, be it a swaggering club track or a plaintive plea for social justice. This ambitious whirlwind falls into place after a couple listens as any lack of focus is forgotten, thanks to the many great tunes and the exciting, hungry, and extremely talented man who anchors it all.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/03/2007
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0828767832227
catalogNumber:
78322
Rank:
10226

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Collie Buddz   Primary Artist
Krayzie Bone   Rap
Paul Wall   Rap
Maurice Gregory   Keyboards
Yung Berg   Rap
Clurell Henderson   Guitar
Roache   Rap

Technical Credits

Bobby Konders   Composer,Audio Production
Arnold Hennings   Composer
Tony Kelly   Producer,Engineer
David Madden   Composer
Dwight Pinkney   Composer
Ricky Myrie   Composer
Screwface   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Hugh Beresford Hammond   Composer
Daron Jones   Composer
Dino Delvaille   Executive Producer
Crown   Audio Production
Stephen McGregor   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Liz Hausle   Marketing
Albert "Screwface" Charles   Composer
Chris Feldmann   Art Direction
Curtis Lynch   Producer,Engineer
Collin "Demarco" Edwards   Instrumentation
Ricky "Mad Man" Myrie   Instrumentation
Kori Anders   Engineer
Dwayne "Supa Dups" Chin Quee   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Collie Buddz   Producer,Engineer,Executive Producer,Audio Production
Justin Madrigal   Vocal Engineer
P.R.   Composer
M. "Khan" Chin   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Matthew "Smokey" Harper   Composer,Engineer,Executive Producer
Nick "Fantastic" Listrani   Instrumentation
Ari Levine   Engineer
Kah-So-Real   Audio Production
Jammy 'Jam 2' James   Audio Production
Curtis Lynch   Audio Production
Shea Taylor   Audio Production
Jose "Harvey Dent" Morales   Vocal Engineer
Bang Out   Audio Production

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Collie Buddz 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best CD's out. He has such good lyrics with a wicked tune!!! Preach it collie buddz