Apparently, a guy named Boudreaux found a camcorder bag from the 90s where there was a forgotten VHS tape. Guess what was on this tape? BNNY RBBT‘s music and video and we agree with this guy: it is a very strange and interesting discovery!
BNNY RBBT is almost a legend, like the Loch Ness monster. He is even 7 foot tall, maybe more, and no one knows a lot about him. Anyway, here are his track “Big World” and the video of “Bombs” (both are available for free download) that indeed comes right from the 90s. What can you expect while listening to this eccentric artist?
His first single, “Big World”, starts like a Louis Armstrong‘s song that would have been heavily autotuned. Knowing that the artist comes from the 90s, we might have discovered the guy who opened up the door to autotune use in mainstream music. Then, the instrumental turns into a synth-pop/future beat escapade with a retro and authentic vibe. Nevertheless, it’s the second track, “Bombs”, that particularly caught our attention. It comes with a video where you can partially see the mysterious artist. “Bombs” keeps the recipe of the first single, with a curious trap influence. The music is as curious as the story of BNNY RBBT himself but we always develop some interest for artists who propose something else!
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