‘Killa Bees LIve’ off Wudos Band [Wu-Tang/Budos Band]
This recent online release celebrates Staten Island’s gritty ethos, combining Wu-Tang with the Budos Band. Put together by Tekst (of The Higher Concept), a producer/engineer who’s worked with G Rap and Wu members in the past, The Wudos Band is considerably interesting if you’re a fan of both groups. It has a mixtape feel and Budos’ dark undertones matches quite naturally with Wu. It also makes you want a Budos/Ghostface project to happen. Give it a listen for free HERE.
Our homies at Daptone gave us the new Budos LP to give away. They also threw in this 45 (out of print) which was only available with pre-orders, featuring a track not available elsewhere. Purchase the release HERE and check out a song off the new album below.
‘Unbroken, Unshaven’ The Budos Band III [Daptone]
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Staten Island’s Budos Band are back with a perfect EP for these summer nights. The tracks are from sessions between the making of their first self-titled release, The Budos Band, and its successor, Budos Band II. They’re from the Daptone family, so it’s tightly crafted per usual. They lean a bit more towards Afro-Soul, but do have touches of Jazz, Funk and Latin too. The musicans are part of a rotating cast that make up The Mighty Imperials, Menahan Street Band, The Dap Kings, and Sugarman 3. Included is a list of the band members (because these dudes don’t get enough individual credit) and for your downloading pleasure, “The Proposition”, a previously released 45 that’s also on the new EP. Continue reading “budos budos golly”→