Rapper Bugzb releases new single ‘Freak’ feat. Jamillions

The rapper from Philadelphia known as Bugzb has released his latest single, “Freak” feat. Jamillions. In addition to the talents of Bugzb and Jamillions, it has been produced by the popular DJ, DIM-C. The track has been proudly published on the Nefertiti Entertainment independent record label without the control or financial support of the corporate music industry. Mixing elements of the old school with sonic styles of the new millennium, “Freak” feat. Jamillions stands as proof that Bugzb is a name to watch for fans of hip hop everywhere.

Bugzb cites as main artistic influences such legends of hip hop and pop as Tupac Shakur, the Notorious B.I.G., Lenny Kravitz, and Jay Z. His own signature sound takes attributes from each of these to make a spacious, groovy dance floor track based almost entirely on razor-sharp rapping and minimal melody lines. Except for the rhythm provided by Bugzb and Jamillions themselves, a whumping bass carries nearly all percussion through each verse, more than enough for dancers to feel the move.

“Freak” by Bugzb is a track excellently suited to DJ play lists, bumping in cars, and personal listening in headphones alike. It is a clear example of how well-written hip-hop vocals make great music when paired with masterfully crafted, unobtrusive production.

Asked to describe the message of his latest single, Bugzb writes, “Music is the only true source of pleasure, life without music is only error, a grueling task, an exile.”

“Freak” by Bugzb feat. Jamillions and produced by DJ DIM-C is available at over 700 digital music stores online worldwide now. Fans of hip hop and nightclub music everywhere should get in early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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