On the 07th december 21, Buck wild band exchange his ideas and events that are occurring in coming days with representative of Leonard magazine;
Originally starting out as a side-project for Lagwagon guitarist/ vocalist Shawn Dewey, Buck Wild didn’t stray too far from the sound of driving, melodic punk in which his full-time gig was know for; but the intentions remained as being just a party band, no pressure. Along with his friend Dave taking the up the drums, Buck Wild began with a number of line-up changes and a 1995 EP entitled Little Punch You In The Ear, courtesy of Lobster Records. Following their first full-length Beat Me Silly released the following year, Buck Wild became a serious band after Dewey’s departure from Lagwagon; something in which gave BW time to tour Europe in 1997. Eventually settling down with Dave moving to guitar, Brian on drums and Thom on bass, the permanent line-up resulted in their second album Full Metal Overdrive in 1999, before calling it quits.
why not check his recent audition ‘stay wild’ at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO4vhu7YZR0
Interested more his discography and songs so click on, https://www.allmusic.com/artist/buck-wild-mn0000639711/discography
Thanks to all team of buck wild band to present us.
U’KNO THA DON & NINO KHAYYAM REFLECTS ON THE LATE GEORGE FLOYD
It’s been over three years since the death of George Floyd. The injustices
surrounding his murder, at the hands of police, sparked massive protests
worldwide. It once again put a terrifying spotlight on racism and inequality which
have become a disease in this country, alone.
“We Are Floyd” sheds light on these issues while paying homage to George.
Garnering attention since its release, the single has now charted in the Top 30 on
iTunes. The musical masterminds behind the single, U’Kno The Don and Nino
Khayyam, did an amazing job creating a record that brings heavy issues to light.
This song acts as an artistic tool to galvanize humanity to combat police brutality. In
the accompanying visual, U’Kno and Nino visually encapsulate the serious tone
behind the song’s message with cinematic, black-and-white visuals. Understanding
the impact of today’s current racial climate and tensions is critical, more than ever,
especially for the youth. U’Kno even features his own son in the video.
Artist “Budda Bless” releases his highly anticipated new single, “I gotta get it.”
In the ever-evolving landscape of the music industry, few artists manage to shine as brightly as “Budda Bless”, a luminary and a topping artist who has recently catapulted to stardom with his latest hit single, “I gotta get it.” This hypnotic sound has resonated deeply with listeners around the world, and still growing, we embark on a journey to unravel “Budda Bless”, remarkable path, and applaud his topping achievements.
“Budda Bless” is a ‘well-seasoned’, young Recording Artist/Producer, that has been in the music game since he was 12 years old. His interest in music started at three years old, playing drums. Since then, he has been an accomplished percussionist in his schools’ jazz and marching bands as a student.
“Budda Bless”,’s journey to the pinnacle of the music industry is nothing short of inspirational. His ability to create music that transcends boundaries has been ignited by his experiences and these encounters have enriched his music with a worldly flavor that resonates with listeners from all corners of the globe.
Artist “Budda Bless” releases his highly anticipated new single, “ I gotta get it”. This track showcases his commitment to pushing boundaries and delivering music that resonates with listeners on a profound level.
“PDG Stephen: A Rising Star in the Music Industry – Unveiling His Unique Sound and Inspiring Journey”
PDG Stephen, the rising Canadian rapper, is all set to captivate audiences with his powerful storytelling and music that echoes the sounds of the late Juice Wrld. He hails from Scarborough, Ontario, and his music beautifully conveys his personal experiences with depression and heartbreak. It’s inspiring to see how he uses his art to express himself.
PDG Stephen’s belief that having someone to talk to about his problems won’t get him anywhere shows his determination to use his music as a way to connect with his audience and create understanding. The passing of Juice Wrld was a devastating loss for him, as he was a major source of inspiration. Despite this adversity, Stephen chose to honor Juice Wrld’s legacy by continuing to create music that deeply resonates with listeners. His perseverance is truly admirable.