Wylde Bunch
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Wylde Bunch

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Discography

Current Album - Abuse Thys Substance - Featuring the singles: "Ain't No Love in the Club" and "She's Nuts!"

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To say the rock and hip-hop influenced alternative pop group Wylde Bunch blazes trails is an understatement. Comprised of family members and long-time friends, the South Central Los Angeles natives have pioneered a sound, infusing elements of rock, funk, and hip-hop music into an incredible pop sound. The musical offspring of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Sly Stone, Wylde Bunch are strengthened by an amazing off-the-hook live show that rocks beyond description.

Bonded by blood, friendship and a love for music, most of the members of Wylde Bunch started off as schoolmates. Raised in a neighborhood racked with social ills and the complexities of a relentless gang culture, the boys rarely went to evening outings or parties. Nighttime activity always revolved around the band. Nevertheless, the group, known for their practical jokes and enough charisma to fill the Staples Center, found sanctuary during jam sessions at the family home of singer/producer, Dame.

Consequently, the frequent private performances began to produce some mind-blowing results leading to their critically acclaimed major label debut CD Wylde Times at Washington High on Sony.
Wylde Bunch has created an undeniable niche with their explosive sound. If there is perhaps a misperception by some that live bands aren’t a part of hip-hop and club music, Wylde Bunch is seeing to it that myth is destroyed. When they have any down time from the band, most of the members have made a point to return to childhood schools in Los Angeles, teaching music at schools lacking in funds. Giving back to the community is of the utmost importance to this inner city band.

Their story and journey was even big enough to land a spot on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” featuring Wylde Bunch member Dame. They have since been a part of a series of tours, television appearances, major collaborations and features.