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Birth name Stephen Anderson
Born Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Genres West Coast
Occupation(s) Record producer, songwriter, composer, rapper
Years active 1995–present
Associated acts Aaliyah, Ice Cube

Stephen Anderson, better known as Bud'da, is an American West Coast hip hop producer, songwriter, composer and rapper[1] for artists such as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Xzibit and Aaliyah.

Bud'da was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and began his career with production for Da Lench Mob Records' group Kausion. He went on to work with a wide range of artists including Xzibit, Nas, Timbaland, Shanice, Lenny Kravitz, Tank, Dawn Robinson of En Vogue, King T, Dr. Dre, Aaliyah, and Ice Cube. It was with Ice Cube that Bud'da came into more prominence. Producing five tracks on the Ice Cube-led Westside Connection album “Bow Down”, along with WC and Mack 10, including the title track “Bow Down”.

Through the successful Westside Connection stint, and the mutual acquaintance of fellow Pittsburgh producer Sam Sneed, Dr. Dre wanted to feature snippets of a Bud’da-produced track in the beginning and end of the 2pac & Dr. Dre video for “California Love,” off Tupac Shakur’s All Eyez on Me. Soon after Dr. Dre’s historic departure from Death Row Records, Bud’da was once again recruited by Dr. Dre to co-produce the lead single Been There, Done That off the Dr. Dre Presents the Aftermath album.




  • "Georgy Porgy (The Bud'da Sauce Remix)" on the single "Georgy Porgy" (1999) by Eric Benét
  • "How Long" on the album Dawn(2002) by Dawn Robinson
  • "Got To Give It Up (Remix)" on the album I Care 4 U (2002) by Aaliyah


  1. ^ Coleman, Brian (December 1998). "XZIBIT". CMJ New Music Monthly. Retrieved 29 May 2011. 

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