Bubba B "The MC"
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Bubba B "The MC"

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"Fast Facts"

Opening Spots
-Ice-T, Naughty By Nature, Vanilla Ice, Fresh Prince and Jazzy Jeff, Rob Base and DJ Easy Rock, Swollen Members, Suakrates, Choclair, Max-a-million, Tru Serva, Courtney Parker, Russ-Ill the Journalist, Baby J, The Rascalz, Noel Osbourne, Brad James and Sketch Williams. He has been called upon to work with Maestro, The Baby Blue Sound Crew, Choclair, Rascalz, Saukrates and the 2 time Grammy nominee Fresh I.E.

Hosted Rapcity with Master T
(See Video Section for Clip)

1998 - B's for the Bass 1000 units
2003 - The Good Life 4000 units

Public Appearances
-Hosted the "Big Phat Morning Show" on Flava 107.9 the #1 Hip Hop/Urban Station in Canada
-Only Rap/Hip Hop artist ever to play the ultra-exclusice Ranchmans club in Calgary
-Peformed for 2 Calgary Chiefs of Police
-Performed on A-Channel Calgary 3 times in one day
-Participated in "Rap your way to the Top" and earned the distinction of being "The MC"
-Crowned Mr. Carifest for 2002 and 2003.

-First Ever recipient of an Alberta National Black Achievement Award for performing arts

-appeared in Children of the Dust with Academy Award winner Sidney Poitier
-appeared in Convict Cowboy with John Voight
-appeared many times in season one and season two of Lonesome Dove The series
- Bubba B

"Caribbean Eyes"

Over the years Bubba B has become a household name within the Caribbean community of Calgary. His achievements and accomplishments are outstanding.

He is an acclaimed rap artist and was the first recipient of Alberta Black Achievement Award for the Performing Arts.

While growing up , Bubba listened to all kinds of music, especially the music his father listened to, such as calypso, Rhythm & Blues, Rock and Roll and soft music. In 1982, the aspiring musician fell in love with hip-hop while driving in the car with his father and little sister when a song called "The Freaks Come Out At Night,' from the album Whodini, came over the Radio.


As an ambassador of the Caribbean community Bubba B vows to set an example for Caribbean-Canadian youths, encouraging them to "Dream Big Dream, cause little Dreams Have no Magic." Respect comes by the quality of what a person does and how others perceives that person to be and Bubba B has earned his respect. With his dedication, perseverance and dreams, Bubba has made waves and progressed through life. Today Bubba McLean is a role model others could look up to. - Cariwave, The Caribbean Magazine


1998 - B's 4 the Bass (1000 Sold)
2003 - The Good Life (4000 Sold)

2008 (Summer)- Brand New Album
Produced by Fresh I.E.
Cowrote some songs with Rob James



Whether it is local performances and appearances or national endeavors, “Big B” as he is affectionately coined, is truly a force to be reckoned with in the urban scene. Talented and very charming, his luminous energy floods the thoughts and hearts of all that come into contact with him. Born in Calgary, AB, raised in L.A., spent time in Florida and currently residing in Winnipeg, the world is ready for Bubba B.

Bubba's third release was produced by grammy winner Fresh I.E. It is due out this summer on the heels of his second independent release "The Good Life." He sold 4000 copies of "The Good Life" completely independent of a label or major distribution.

Bubba has appeared on RapCity and co-hosted with Master T. The big man has also appeared in many opening spots including Snoop Dog, Swollen Members, Vanilla Ice, and a who's who of Canadian and American Hip Hop artists.