B. Bravo has to be one of the most under rated producers and musicians that I know. I don’t remember the first time I came across his music but it was probably a recommendation from NastyNasty or Epcot. There was a time where all I was into was bass music and kept hearing how Funk was coming back. I’ll be straight up and say that funk, soul, jazz, etc… isn’t something that I was too familiar with at the time.
The first time I heard Computa Love, I got goose bumps. It was game over and I understood why funk and R&B were coming back. He’s probably the first producer that really got me into the funky talkbox vocals. I’ve run into him a few times all over the country and have to say this guy is as real as it comes. He always has a smile on his face and ready to groove.
Starship Connection is one of his side projects which consist of him and Teeko. I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing it live but it’s high on the list of acts I’d like to see live. I was jamming to some funk and randomly remembered about Starship Connection. I took to Google and searched Starship Connection, hit the video tab, and was pleasantly surprised to find a Boiler Room recording. I’ve watched it twice now and had to post about B. Bravo and Starship Connection.
I also found some recent new music on his soundcloud and totally digging everything. Highly highly recommend checking out B. Bravo, Teeko, and Starship Connection’s music. It’s straight up sexy r&b funky music. Your girl/boy will appreciate the soundtrack.