Ronald Webb Jr. a.k.a. Big Bud was born in a small college town on the notoriously rough side of (Gainesville Florida) the name big bud was handed down from his daddy. Big Bud learned how to write early and found himself blessed with a gift to compose and articulate with compelling deliverance that was not only heard but greatly felt. Born Dec. 31, 1980, once reaching the age of eighteen, Big Bud finally reunited with his cousin Shorty Roc in 1998. The two was always together rapping at their grandmother’s house and they became the Strugglazz.In the spring of 1999 Big Bud unleash a big hit in south Florida called (cuz cauth 24with a L). But rapping came easier.
The single is the party banger “Feeling Good” about the most bangin’ song at the club you could possibly imagine.
The song is swiftly infiltrating the play list and mix shows of radio stations across the south east. Inspired by Eight ball & MJG, Trick D.D, Spice One, Ghetto boys and mystical. He honed his own style that is apparent in his effortless rhyming that flows like the mail. Big Bud traveled, performed, and networked, creating a huge fan base for himself, Shorty Roc got locked up he and Big Bud agreed on doing separate albums that’s how IN BUD WE TRUST came about. Undoubtedly, never timid or fearful to perform in front of strangers, Big Bud was taken no prisoners when it came to expressing his thoughts. Spontaneous, bold, and outgoing with a million-dollar game are the characteristics that display this rising star.
Big Bud packaged five-thousand cd’s and gathered a street team that created such a buzz in the streets he began doing opening acts for mainstream artist such as; T I, BUN B, the whole CASH MONEY MILLIONAIRE CREW, PASTOR TROY, MYSTIKAL, TRICK DADDY, TRINA, MASTER P, LUKE, MIKE JONES, BENZINO, JUVENILE, UTP, 95 SOUTH, KILLER MIKE, KHIA, DIRTY, LIL BOOSIE, WEBBIE, ect. After numerous opening acts he began doing headliner shows throughout the South, which brings you the BIG BUD MILLENIUM.
After selling five-thousand Sound Scan bar-coded copies and a unaccountable amount of duplicates. Now Big Bud got respect because everybody known that he was real to the bone. Big Bud doesn’t just talk about things that he has been though or has seen. He doesn’t just rap about bling- bling or killing in the music. Big Bud make real music, not just something you can dance to but something you can learn from.