American hip-hop artist Buu E. Radley returns with his brand-new single ‘Round We Go’, taken from his latest album, The Mockingbird. Displaying an intriguing way of creating tracks, he perfectly crafted a compelling release with evocative lyrics and a captivating production.
Buu E. Radley’s approach to music centers around the subject matter, lyricism, and catchy songwriting. For ‘Round We Go’, he got the beat from a producer he found on Instagram. The chorus was written first, then the verses poured into his head. The hip-hop offering has cool and chill tones. There is an ethereal atmosphere throughout the song that serves as an emotive and engaging listening experience.
With this release, Buu E. Radley gives the listener a bird’s eye view within his mind as he explores various topics such as personal finance, romance, religion, and family. It showcases his stylistic range and signature songwriting ability, the Midwest native seeks to further establish his star power and reach in the independent hip-hop internet world with this defining release.
“It sums up my journey from humble beginnings to now having a chance to get ahead financially,” says Buu E. Radley, expressing his views on his latest release.
‘Round We Go’ showcases Buu E. Radley’s musical prowess while highlighting maturity in his songwriting. His artistry shines through his hip-hop flavoring beats and lyrical finesse, complimenting his entire music discography to date.
ABOUT BUU E. RADLEY
American hip-hop artist Buu E. Radley studied Accounting and Business Administration at Western Michigan University. Although he grew up being a homebody choosing to write lyrics and play video games, rather than being immersed in the outside world, he discovered his love for hip-hop music at an early age. In high school, he met Cyclops Herder on YouTube from a mixtape he released. They collaborated on his debut album, Mustard Seed, and sophomore album, Pre-Purgatory. He took advice from Tony Millions about navigating the independent scene as he endeavored into the music business. He has since released The Hallowtape, and The Mockingbird.