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by Bushwalla

Everything from funk roots modern rock to novelty songs.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Self Deprecating Hip Hop
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2. Darkside
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3. Ghetto Blaster
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4. Mayhem is Beautiful
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Billy "Bushwalla" Galewood is an American singer, songwriter and rapper from Cleveland, Ohio.

At the age of nine, Bushwalla entered a youth theater group called "Kids on Broadway". Ten years later Billy migrated to New York City, where he studied musical theater at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. There he met Jason Mraz at a party and they subsequently became roommates. After years of honing their own musicianship, the two then moved from New York to Mraz's native Virginia where they performed together as often as they could. Among their collaborations is "Curbside Prophet", a track from Mraz's album Waiting for My Rocket to Come. Bushwalla eventually ended up in California where he continued to hone his eclectic acoustic/hip-hop sound. Known for his freestyle skills on the microphone, Bushwalla has toured extensively throughout the U.S., independently releasing his latest ep Ghetto Blaster, which features the likes of Spooner Oldham, Speechwriters LLC, Tristan Prettyman, and Jason Mraz’s rhythm section.


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