Buddy, is back with his forthcoming release Superghetto, due March 25th via Cool Lil Company/RCA Records. The news arrives alongside his new single “Wait Too Long” featuring Blxst. The album follows Buddy’s Harlan & Alondra in 2020 before teaming up with fellow LA rapper Kent Jamz for the release of their joint project Janktape Vol.1.
Buddy, was Born and raised in Compton, California. At 15 years old when he had his first brush with stardom, signing to Pharrell’s Star Trak imprint and releasing his first viral single, “Awesome Awesome.” A few short years later, he dropped his autobiographical RCA Records debut, Harlan & Alondra, in 2018. After years playing within LA’s flourishing underground scene, he’d developed relationships with various musicians, adding his own church-honed flair, and come up with a style that brought critical acclaim to his major-label debut.
After detours through J. Cole‘s vaunted Revenge of the Dreamers III recording sessions and releasing the Jank Tape, Vol. 1 mixtape alongside Los Angeles native Kent Jamz, Buddy builds even more on his debut’s sonic experimentation with its follow-up, Superghetto. Again, Buddy utilizes his unusual blend of experiences, tapping into moods as diverse and expansive as the L.A. area itself. On album opener “Hoochie Mama.”