Collie Buddz Unveils Fourth Studio Album, "Take It Easy," On Sept 29th
Explore Collie Buddz's transformative musical journey with his fourth studio album, 'Take It Easy.' Immerse yourself in a fusion of reggae, dancehall, and hip-hop influences, featuring collaborations with industry icons. Feel the power of music to unite and uplift as you embark on a captivating auditory odyssey.
Lloyd Laing, Senior Writer -
Collie Buddz, the celebrated reggae virtuoso hailing from Bermuda, is gearing up to unveil his much-anticipated fourth studio album, "Take It Easy," set to drop worldwide on September 29, 2023.
This forthcoming collection of tracks stands as a milestone in Collie Buddz's musical journey to effortlessly fusing reggae, dancehall, and hip-hop influences.
"Take It Easy" showcases an expert fusion of catchy rhythms, contemplative lyrics, and Collie Buddz's signature velvety vocals.
The album promises to embark listeners on an electrifying auditory expedition, spotlighting the evolution and maturation of one of contemporary reggae's most innovative voices.
The album, comprised of 12 tracks, boasts an impressive roster of collaborators, including the likes of Bounty Killer, B-Real from Cypress Hill, Demarco, Danny Towers, and Keznamdi.
With the invaluable partnership of his trusted collaborators, Jason "J-Vibe" Farmer, Bobby Konders, Fatbabs and the instrumental contributions of his globally acclaimed band, the outcome is a harmonious and sonically opulent album that underscores Collie Buddz's evolution as an artist and his dedication to delivering exceptional music.
In eager anticipation of the album's debut, Collie Buddz conveyed his enthusiasm, remarking, "..'Take It Easy' is a celebration of life, love, and the unifying power of music. I hope it brings joy and positive vibes to everyone who listens.."
"Take It Easy" serves as the culmination of Collie Buddz's artistic maturation, serving as a showcase of his unwavering commitment to creating music that inspires, uplifts, and connects people from all walks of life.