Post by TheSpectralArtist (TEL) on Mar 25, 2023 2:43:49 GMT
We all know the popular 2001 single "Peanut Butter & Jelly" known more as "Peanut Butter Jelly Time" online via popular memes.
However, YouTube often lists other songs by The BuckWheat Boyz that I haven't been able to find origin of outside of YouTube Ads.
First is "Ice Cream & Cake" This kinda became a minor trend around 2009 with a Baskin Robbins ad. Here's a YT Upload of the song. youtu.be/NC_gkcplz_4
Next is "Milk & Cookies" This song has no information online about it. Just YT Uploads such as this one. youtu.be/BXokI2SHy1M
There is a BuckWheat Boyz Topic Account on YouTube and a Topic Account for DJ Chipman but these are just YouTube Generates by random people unassocisted with either, using the same Compressed YouTube Audio from 2008.
The BuckWheat Boyz only made one Album, that being the "Peanut Butter & Jelly" single from 2001 and it's 2008 digital reprint.
The band officially disbanded in 2002 after the death of Jermaine Fuller.
Multiple sources claim they lasted from 1997-2002 starting with 2 members with 2 more being added before they disbanded in 2002 but the oldest source for that seems to be wikipedia.
So my only question is, where did this music come from? My theory is possibly digital music services from the time like Napster or Limewire but I don't know as, I wasn't there and have found no information on these songs besides the credit given to BuckWheat Boyz
Post by TheSpectralArtist (TEL) on Mar 25, 2023 2:47:25 GMT
The Website of the Record Company that released the PB&J Album in 2001 also didn't mention these two songs or any other songs from The BuckWheat Boyz so if they ever were physically released, It had to have been a different company.
It also only really talks about the producer, DJ Chipman and not the actual group that sung the song