Buvl: Giving a New Twist in Music and Gaming Industry

It seems like a challenge for some artists to up their name in a world full of multi-talented people and find a way to the spotlight. However, Chandler Cadman seems to be an exemption. Chandler Cadman, or popularly known as Buvl, is a musician from Atlanta and a college student at Wake Forest University. Since he was a child, he was already obsessed with the idea of music and everything that revolves around it. When he was eleven, Buvl used to cut grass for weeks and made sure he earned from it, so he could save enough money to buy himself a pair of Beats Pro by Dre. 

Buvl grew up in a neighborhood with only a few people his age, so he spent all his teenage years getting involved in music instead. While children are expected to play outdoor games, Buvl decided to focus more on music and playing Call of Duty with his friends from school. Growing up equipped with the knowledge of how computers work and how modern technological advancements improve people’s way of living, Buvl and one of his friends, who is also the number one player in the game called Apex Legends, decided to create a gaming company called iQ.

While some people cannot fathom the combination of music and a gaming company, Buvl remained determined to achieve his goals. Buvl is known for his perseverance and hard work too. He juggles school, music, and business. This trait is one of the reasons why people look up to him. Not everyone can handle the pressure of multitasking and still experience satisfactory results. He specializes in lyricism and autotunes, which earned him respect from different musical artists in his country.

Bulv is overwhelmed with the support he gets from random people. He has worked with Grammy Award winners, and most of them are producers who trust him and give him the honor to work with notable rising artists from Atlanta, Miami, and Detroit. At his age, he has already accomplished many things. But, Buvl remains grounded and considers his achievements as a ladder to be a good role model for the younger generation.

He wants to make a difference for people who love music and gaming, and he wants to achieve that through iQ. Looking back, Buvl knew he was going to make a difference. He knew he was going to achieve something remarkable and that he would make his younger self proud. From staying in one place with his headphones on full blast until realizing his potential in playing an essential role in the music industry, Buvl is indeed exemplary.

Buvl couldn’t have done it without fusing the courage he built for years and the passion he continues to ignite even up to these days. Music and gaming might sound like an odd pair for many people, but for Buvl, these are the two things that fuel him to do better. Giving a new twist to the music and gaming industry is his expertise, and because of that, he has earned an impeccable reputation in his country. 

To know more about Buvl, you may visit him on Instagram.

Glenda Drewery
Glenda Drewery is a Media Publisher Lead at Music Observer. She works with publishers, broadcasters, news outlets, sports and music organizations, education, and lifestyle brands (among others) to create a healthy ecosystem of diverse content. She ensures clients from the entertainment industry are positioned for success.

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