Danny Buddah Morales ( New york USA )
While Danny Buddah Morales began his career spinning hip hop and electro during rap musics formative years, it was his stint as a street promoter for one of New Yorks most influential dance labels, Cutting Records, that helped develop and nurture his love of house music.
Buddah gravitated towards remixing and production work at a pivotal time for the burgeoning industry.
Morales found himself at the epicenter of what was happening in dance music and was soon remixing for Todd Terry, Masters at work, Angel Moraes, Roger Sanchez and producing artists such as Sabrina Johnston, The Beloved, and Rochelle Fleming.
Buddah’s first DJ residency was at the famed Palladium nightclub in New York. It was only a matter of time before Morales was rocking other hot spots in the city, such as The Red Zone, Tilt, Warsaw and Robots. Morales transition into a world-class DJ came when he was asked to produce a weekly radio show for Choice FM in London. The shows ratings exceeded any and all expectations and ran for five successful years. What followed for Buddah was a European following, and within months he was jetting around the globe, playing his Big New York Sound (a hypnotic mix of house, garage and progressive tribal beats) at such world renowned club Meccas like: Stereo (MTL,NYC), Ministry of Sound, Pacha and The Endup. To this day, Morales enjoys a robust touring schedule that takes him to Canada,Italy, Spain and the UK on a regular basis.
When not touring, Buddah stays busy traveling back and forth between San Francisco and New York, where he has studio. His list of production and remix credits has grown in the last few years with stellar records for various independent labels: Stereo Recordings, Mile end records, Nervous, Magnetik and Tweek’d records just to name a few. His style of Deeptribal souful house can be compared to none.