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Buddy “Trippin” feat. Khalid

Buddy has officially released his new single entitled “Trippin’,” a track from his upcoming debut album ‘Harlan & Alondra.’ The track features the likes of Khalid and you can give it a listen up top. “I’m sipping. Sipping got me twitted up. I’m living. Living got me tripping out. No feelings. Man those feeling got me flipping out.” Enjoy!

While Buddy was visiting BBC’s Live Lounge, he took to the stage to cover my favorite track from Anderson Paak “Come Down.” Check out the performance above and let us know what you think in the comments. Enjoy!

Buddy is getting ready to release his debut album, ‘Harlan & Alondra’ on July 20th, so it’s time for new content. Following up his “Trouble On Central” single, the West Coast native links up with Ty Dolla Sign for his follow up single and video, “Hey Up There.” Peep it above as the whole crew hits up an empty airstrip and enjoy!


Buddy “Trouble On Central”

After dropping “Black” with A$AP Ferg back in February, the Compton rapper is back with his new track entitled “Trouble on Central,” his second track of the year. Listen in above, keep it locked in for more and enjoy!

Coming off the success of his hit single “Black,” Buddy visits Ebro in the Morning to discuss the inspiration behind the single, his relationship with Pharrell, how he got his name and more. Enjoy!

Buddy has already dropped his ‘Magnolia’ EP and ‘Ocean & Montana’ collaboration project with Kaytranada, but today, the Compton rapper is here with the official video for his recent A$AP Ferg link in “Black.” The black and white visual shows Buddy rolling around Los Angeles with the squad. Check it out above and enjoy!


Buddy “Black” feat. A$AP Ferg

Buddy is getting ready to go on tour this spring with Joey Bada$$ and Boogie and to get ready, the Los Angeles rapper drops a new single entitled “Black.” Take a listen to the track above with a feature from A$AP Ferg. Enjoy!

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