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    KaytranadaBubba

    Label:RCA – none
    Format:
    2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
    Country:Canada
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop
    Style:Contemporary R&B, Hip Hop, House, Instrumental

    Tracklist

    A1Do It
    A22 The Music
    FeaturingIman Omari
    A3Go DJ
    FeaturingSiR (12)
    A4Gray Area
    FeaturingMick Jenkins
    A5Puff Lah
    B110%
    FeaturingKali Uchis
    B2Need It
    FeaturingMasego
    B3Taste
    FeaturingVanJess
    B4Oh No
    FeaturingEstelle
    C1What You Need
    FeaturingCharlotte Day Wilson
    C2Vex Oh
    C3Scared To Death
    C4Freefall
    FeaturingDurand Bernarr
    D1Culture
    FeaturingTeedra Moses
    D2The Worst In Me
    FeaturingTinashe (2)
    D3September 21
    D4Midsection
    FeaturingPharrell Williams
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    Limited edition of 100 with alternate cover art.

    © 2019 Kaytranada under exclusive license to RCA Records. All rights reserved.

    Other Versions (4)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Bubba (17×File, MP3, Album, 320 kbps)RCAG010004185820GUS2019
    Bubba (2×LP, Album, 180g)RCA19439-72448-1USA & Europe2020
    New Submission
    Bubba (2×LP, Album, Clear [Smoke Transparent])RCA19439-72448-1US2020
    New Submission
    Bubba (2×LP, Album)RCA19439-75705-1US2020

    Reviews

    dpf1206's profile picture
    dpf1206
    When will this record (vinyl) actually going to be released? I checked kaytranada's official website and it says Spring 2020 but on Amazon it says 12th June.
    anamyd's profile picture
    anamyd
    I need to give this album more of a proper listen, but as one of the guys who comes from the 2013-14 era of Kaytranada (and knows that his older material is much more than the small handful of releases from then listed on his Discogs page, because a lot of it is "unofficial"), from what I've heard so far it's a bit meh and even makes me appreciate 99.9% more.

    When an "underground" artist goes "mainstream" it seems like the quality drops to appeal to the bad "mainstream" tastes, and unfortunately I think this is the case with Kaytranada. Midsection for example, when I saw "feat. Pharrell" I was like "ooh this is going to be good" but then I listened to it and no, it's Pharrell singing about MDMA... because drugs are so cool...
    matt-the-rug's profile picture
    matt-the-rug
    Will this get a CD release? Ten Words For Comment
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    brandohuddle
    Where are these listed? word word word word word word