St. Louis native and recording artist Bud E is receiving early radio success with his debut song “Goes On.” The record which features label mate and St. Louis native Bradd Young, is currently in rotation at 21 stations and achieving increased airplay each week. “Goes On” is now available for purchase on iTunes…
Bud E is a charismatic rapper, writer, performer, and MC who began developing his craft through local performances in St. Louis including the Missouri Black Expo and hosting the local TV show “Hot Summer Nights.” In 2010, Bud E was also recognized by the Board of Aldermen for his outstanding contributions to the betterment of the City of St. Louis.
Bradd Young praised by the Riverfront Times with “limitless talent and ambition,” sings the melodic hook on “Goes On.” The R&B singer and songwriter is also an accomplished producer who has worked with Akon, Kelly Rowland, Teddy Riley, Talib Kweli, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and St. Louis’ own Nelly and Jibbs.
Bud E and Bradd Young are both signed to Sphinx Music Entertainment, an independent record label distributed by Sony RED, which has had recent success with Cali Swag District (“Teach Me How To Dougie”). Hailing from a city that produced hip hop stars Nelly, Chingy, J-Kwon and Jibbs, the proud St. Louis natives Bud E and Bradd Young are ready and in a position to carry on the torch.