“We all were created to be great, and I just want to show people how to be great!” Spend anytime in the recording studio with Buddy Cheeks and you will hear this mantra over and over again. Being a grassroot producer and artist, music has given the self proclaimed hippie rapper a platform to do so. In his recordings and visual media, Cheeks draws influences from the sizeable number of Hip-Hop eras he has endured through. Fans can expect anything from high energy rock infused tracks to sing along melody driven anthems. He takes a free flowing yet calculated approach to song creation in order to catch the true essence of his music in a similar fashion to a few of his favorites such as Common, Kanye West and Bob Dylan. However, his current sound falls more into the category of a Mac Miller or Isaiah Rashad.
After a 5 year layoff to master tech entrepreneurship, Cheeks is aggressively moving to elevate his brand to a widely recognized force. With a new single titled Hate Mail that was brought to life via a collaboration with producer Vybe Beatz (Meek Mill, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa) and Dilan Rajan (Big Sean, ASAP Ferg, Mannie Fresh), his Square Circle label is already claiming a billboard spot prior to its official release.
Buddy Cheeks reaches his full potential as a rapper, producer, author, entrepreneur, influencer and software developer. All of which combine to form a skillset perfectly suited for a new age musician. After creating his own tech company and selling his first app for 6 figures by the age of 30, Cheeks is circling back to his first love with resources to put his money where his mouth is. With a his new single, his Hall of Fame Reject project, and an associated movie by the same name in the works, it’s hard to envision a future without his sounds circulating air waves.