Bug-Z is a rapper bringing positivity and the fun back to hip-hop. His vocal talent show and prove over trap beats...no matter how many puff’s he’s had. He isn’t your basic weed rapper as he seems to do it for the movement. The Denver act seems most comfortable on his turf and they’ve gathered enough talent to cover all bases. “How her name ginger but she hotter than wasabi” combined with a few “Need for Speed” references is enough info to see where some of the inspiration is coming from.
He knows his niche and he’s doing it right. The video for “Sake” also speaks volumes about driving passion and could be what Bug-Z is striving for. His voice sounds pretty good with or without the auto-tune, and he’s reminiscent of a young Jin. He’s teaching us phrases from his mother tongue and passing them off as catchphrases.
He’s got two versions out for the “Exotic” video, one being a home party chilled out track full of real hotties and an original take on the lifestyle of a player, who doesn’t over exert himself to look hard. One thing he does well is covering the party lifestyle, which doesn’t look played out in his videos. He lists production as one of his interests which seems to purvey through his tracks – they seem very consistent with the vocals and a freshness of sounds seems to come out from levels on the speaker. The other video is an animated one, so he knows his way around on self-promotion and the importance of video material for an artist to get in the charts. His social media is covered and the stars just need to align for him to join them.