Bermuda-born dancehall artist Collie Buddz is one of the few Caucasian dancehall singers to have achieved large commercial success. Buddz does not identify as Rastafarian, but nevertheless sings about many of the familiar subjects Rastafarian artists discuss in their music. Love, peace and unity are frequent themes in Buddz' songs, but Buddz' version of dancehall is more oriented towards club music like many of Jamaica's most popular dancehall artists. Buddz is known most distinctly for his weed anthem "Come Around."
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