Pittsburgh Connection: Bud’da & Mel-Man In The Studio

Multi-platinum producer, Bud’da, who produced the majority of the Westside Connection double-platinum selling masterpiece, Bow Down, and defined the west coast gangsta rap sound of the ‘90s, posted a photo to Instagram recently of he and fellow Pittsburgh, Pennsylvanian Mel-Man in the studio together.

Most will recall Mel-Man as the co-producer with Dr. Dre, on the classic 2001 album from the D-R-E. The multi-platinum producer would also contribute production to Eminem for his first three  Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records albums (Slim Shady LP, Marshall Mathers LP, The Eminem Show), as well compose incredibly dope tracks for Xzibit (“Los Angeles Times”), Busta Rhymes (“Bounce (Let Me See Ya Throw It)”, Truth Hurts (“Benefit of the Doubt”), Snoop Dogg (“Dogg Named Snoop”, “The One and Only”), Eve (“Eve of Destruction”) and others.

No word on what the two former Aftermath producers and Pittsburgh, PA natives might be working on, but check out the post from Bud’da below: