Bugbee is rising to the top of the music industry one project at a time. He treated fans to his movie-like “Fast Money” music video back in January. After gaining support from Ebro Darden and several others, Desperado is here. The 13-track effort was definitely worth the wait, spawning standout cuts like “Bad Habits” and “Myself.”
Desperado features frequent collaborators Ted DIGTL and Jon Wiilde as well as J. Siruss, Nate Curry, and many more. The project’s production is just as great as the features, meshing perfectly with each verse. It’s Bugbee’s first official project since 2019’s Above Average and fans alike can’t be more excited. Check out the album below.
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