Tony Badd started around early 2015 in an attic with two cousins (Tony Bastida and Joey Flaco) sampling from a plethora of records and layering melodious ideas on guitar and voice. This quickly evolved into a full-length debut album and after creating a local buzz in Houston, Tony has since opened for artists such as: Pharcyde, Mannie Fresh, Tony Touch, DJ Nobody, Eureka the Butcher and more. Tony has also had numerous collaborations with other artists---many of them Kill ‘Em Collective affiliated.
On the heels of his 2015 self-titled debut, Houston music veteran Tony Badd is proud to announce his newest four-track musical adventure. The “Imbalanced” EP is an expression of three years of experimentation, songwriting and raw emotion. Listeners will find themselves on a journey through Lo-Fi hip-hop vibes and into silky, progressive R&B hooks and hypnotic jazz-fusion saxophone of Jordan “Chili Sauce” Donald (Stevie Wonder) and Evelyn Rubio. These are reflective contemplations on life, love, the universe, mental health issues and the subconscious mind---all done with plenty of tasteful and dynamic musicianship along the way.