Bud’da, the multi-platinum, mid-90’s West Coast hip-hop architect, whose iconic production work on west coast classics proved pivotal for artists like Ice Cube, Xzibit, and Dr. Dre, just released the Chronic Drip beat tape.
The pioneering Pittsburgh native produced five tracks on Bow Down from Westside Connection, co-produced “Been There, Done That” with Dr. Dre, worked with Ice Cube on several albums including War & Peace Vol. 1 (The War Disc), War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc), Laugh Now, Cry Later, and provided the sonic backdrops for countless other music artists like Aaliyah, Tank, Onyx, Snoop Dogg, Kausion, Shanice, King T and countless others.
Chronic Drip is Dr. Dre’s iconic The Chronic with a “refreshed” sound and influences of the now. Listen and re-listen to this beat tape to both reminisce and enjoy the days of nostalgia. The remix of The Chronic flow from the hard-hitting 808’s, to the smooth synths, with updated production.
Check out the Chronic Drip beat tape from Bud’da below: