Buddha Lee Raye “1075” (Single)

Buddha Lee Raye “1075” (Single)

Buddha Lee Raye “1075” Buddha Lee Raye asks cops “Do they care?” about taking black lives. The cycle of events after an officer involved shooting is familiar to us all. Every victim is killed, accused of resisting arrest, then their character is assassinated across media platforms. With the recent slew of police involved shootings going viral, artist, Buddha Lee Raye, takes a second to ask questions we all are wondering. “Do you really even care? When you take a black life do you tear?”. Download here

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Buddha Lee Raye “All the Time” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “All the Time” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “All the Time” Every hustle doesn’t get you thousands of dollars and a penthouse full of women like Prince as Buddha Lee Raye displays in his latest visual, All the Time. The New York product shows a not so glamorous side of street life, while reminding viewers his kids are the reason he’s doing what he has to do. All the Time is written and directed by Buddha Lee Raye.

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Buddha Lee Raye “Lullaby” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “Lullaby” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “Lullaby” Keisha, femme fatale, from cult-classic New Jack City, receives a modern makeover in a visual, Lullaby, written and directed by Queens rapper Buddha Lee Raye. In Time for Halloween, Lullaby, the newest visual from Queens MC, Buddha Lee Raye is inspired by Vanessa Williams infamous character, Keisha, in New Jack City. The visual follows Keisha, played by model Sarah Boutros, through her typical morning routine. Future wakes up in the morning, brushes his teeth, then grabs his strap, but a lady puts on her make-up before…

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Buddha Lee Raye “Lullaby” (Single)

Buddha Lee Raye “Lullaby” (Single)

Lullaby by Buddha Lee Raye Buddha Lee Raye “Lullaby” Urban Flair regular, Buddha Lee Raye, sings us a ‘Lullaby’ that isn’t quite suitable for children. Lullaby, the newest single from Queens MC, Buddha Lee Raye is inspired by Vanessa Williams infamous character, Keisha, in New Jack City. You can feel the old school essence in the drums, and grit in Buddha’s classic New York delivery. “Whenever I hear anything illa produced I get taken to another zone. It’s hard to explain, but I feel as if the songs are already…

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Buddha Lee Raye “Ain’t Bout Nothin’ ” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “Ain’t Bout Nothin’ ” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “Ain’t Bout Nothin’ ” Buddha Lee Raye is releasing a visual for single, Ain’t Bout Nothin, a song inspired by his assortment of interactions with strippers and models. These experiences, allowed Buddha to see similarities in hustle, legit and illegal. Surprisingly, the manner in which these women hustled reminded the artist of his days flipping street wear or limited sneakers. Ain’t Bout Nothin is a three-minute visual, that provides a glimpse into Buddha’s days as a reseller. Before, he was being arrested by Vandals Task Force for…

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Buddha Lee Raye “Ain’t Bout Nothin'” (Single)

Buddha Lee Raye “Ain’t Bout Nothin'” (Single)

Buddha Lee Raye “Ain’t Bout Nothin’” ARE YOU ABOUT SOMETHING? A lot of people talk about things they have no clue about, so Buddha Lee Raye has dedicated a song to those who run off at the mouth. The Queens-bred MC steps away from traditional New York instruments to bring us an energetic hustlers anthem, Ain’t Bout Nothin’. Produced by Limit Beats, Ain’t Bout Nothin’ is a roller coaster of energy and aggressive satire. Hopefully, Buddha’s first release of 2015 will allow some to question themselves honestly; are you about…

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Buddha Lee Raye “What I Did Wrong” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “What I Did Wrong” (Video)

Buddha Lee Raye “What I Did Wrong” Teenage Mike Jack, I’m sorry, Buddha Lee Raye, loosely borrows from the King of Pop in his visual for What I Did Wrong. The second single off Buddha’s Frank White inspired EP, New York Fall, is set on a dark and gloomy night. A full moon unleashes the beast inside of Buddha, as his frightened date-turned-prey runs for her life. Buddha bares his soul on the closing track, asking for forgiveness, and above all peace of mind. Will he continue a path of…

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Buddha Lee Raye “What I Did Wrong” (Single)

Buddha Lee Raye “What I Did Wrong” (Single)

New York Fall by Buddha Lee Raye Buddha Lee Raye “What I Did Wrong” What I Did Wrong is the second single off of Buddha Lee Raye’s most recent project New York Fall. On the Illa Truth produced track Buddha apologizes for his sins in hopes of making amends with his past, something we can all relate too. Be on the lookout for the controversial #PleaseStop stickers in NYC, which were recently featured on DNAinfo, The Gothamist, Hip Hop Wired and many more publications. Download here BROOKLYN — A rapper…

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