Collie Buddz is enjoying the Good Life
Bermuda artist Collie Buddz said his latest album was a reflection of his life over the past ten years.
“This is my first independent release and being fully hands-on in all aspects of the process has been amazing,” he said of the album, entitled Good Life.
“Ultimately, it is about perspective, perseverance and working towards a solution.”
The ten-song album, available today, features collaborations with artists including Snoop Dogg, Jody Highroller, also known as Riff Raff, and Kreesha Turner.
Most of the album, he said, was produced by Supa Dubs, responsible for recent hits including Drake’s Controlla, and the Drake and Rihanna collaboration Too Good.
A 17-show European tour in support of the album kicks off in Manchester on October 18, with stops in France, Germany, and the Netherlands, among others.
He will also perform as part of Rendez-Vous Tall Ships 2017 in Hamilton on June 2.
Collie Buddz (Colin Patrick Harper) was born in New Orleans and raised in Bermuda.
He said he was “blessed” with fans that have provided him with support over his career.
“I’m really excited to unveil this project to them,” he said.
“I’m already working on the next one.”
Good Life is available exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music.
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