Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Budha Releases Debut, "Intro To Budha" On iTunes June 9, 2009

Swagga Jonez Fka "Budha" is releasing his much anticipated debut album "Intro to Budha" as the independent label, Off Da Trill Records, makes it globally available through iTunes on June 9, 2009.

Growing up in Gainesville and South Dallas, TX, Budha echoes the life he's experienced in his music. Budha says "I am a universal artist; I'm comfortable in many suits. I can go from down south crunk to conscious songs." This is apparent on the album, from the hard-beats and lyrics of "Focus" to the smooth R&B realisms of life in "When You Come Around".

After working with some of the best in the industry, most notably; E 40, Bun B of UGK, Too Short, Money B of Digital Underground, Lil Jon, and Sam Bostic (producer of Tupac Shakur's Heavy in the Game from "Me Against the World" album ), the time has come for Budha to release the much anticipated "Intro to Budha". Budha chose to start an indie label for the release of his debut album. He feels that his label would allow him to control the message that best portrays the image that he wants to present to the world. There are rumblings that Budha is the next sensation in the rap world as evident by his song writing ability and collaborations in the music industry.

You can also check-out Budha with Big Daddy Kane, Bonecrusher and E 40 in the indie film "Deadly Heist" as the character Mac Henry. He is also featured on E 40's gold selling album Ghetto Report Card on the song "Yee" with the artist Too Short (produced by Lil Jon)

Visit iTunes on June 9, 2009 to preview and purchase the new album "Intro to Budha".


  1. I usually don't check rap out, but i did and this guys is pretty good.

  2. Damn, good music.