The Jamaican musician known as Budai has released his latest and greatest LP album, magnanimously titled, “Love for Humanity.” The record is comprised of 12 original tracks for a grand total of approximately 50 minutes worth' of excellent music listening. The style is part reggae and part pop, with a dash of modern R 'n' B. As always, Budai's themes revolve around romance, global community, and the love of one another in general.
Concerning the themes of this record, Budai speaks candidly and without reservation.
“My album is compiled with what I like to call 'feel good' music,” he says. “I write about what I see and feel.”
Budai's firsthand experiences translate into music with clarity and earnestness. His 2009 track, “Father Help Me Please,” which also appears on this comprehensive LP, was written with the express intent to convince Jamaican men both young and old to stop committing violence against one another.
“The message is about life,” he explains. “It’s about people – it’s for people. There is always hope once you have life…so be true to yourself and the things you do. Most importantly, show love for humanity and always be willing to make a positive change.” He concludes with a social activist's slogan: “Equal Rights, and Justice for All Mankind.”
Budai names as main musical influences the likes of Bob Marley, Beres Hammond, Maxi Priest and Al Green. Elements of each of these legends are present in everything Budai records. His is a modern, easy-going, yet thoughtful sound that relaxes and inspires. “Love for Humanity” is a smooth, groovy, and fun record that soothes and calms, elevates and innervates.
One of the hardest-working musicians in the industry today, Budai is certain to begin work on another record almost immediately, but music fans around the world have reason to rejoice right now. “Love for Humanity” is already making its way overseas and from continent to continent.
“Love for Humanity” by Budai is available online worldwide beginning spring 2013.
Staff Press Release Writer
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