Inspired by disco, funk, and brand-new jack golf swing, Boston’s Bad Rabbits produced in the ashes of Eclectic Collective, a live-oriented ten-piece that sometimes performed as Slick Rick’s backup group. After playing jointly for five years, vocalist Dua Boayke, guitarists Santi Araujo and Salim Akram, bassist Graham Masser, and drummer Sheel Dave made a decision to re-form with the theory that they might take a rock and roll approach to vintage R&B. After self-releasing a batch of demos in 2008, they documented their first genuine discharge, the seven melody EP Stay Up Kids. Visible gigs with performers like John Star, Common, Interest Pit, and Wu-Tan Clan implemented and a stint over the Vans Warped Tour. After conference Bay Area manufacturer B. Lewis at among their displays, they collaborated with him on the 2013 debut LP American Like. Their eclectic mixture of cool R&B and hard rock and roll was successful, with the record reaching number 1 over the iTunes R&B record charts and resulting in a sold-out tour, Television looks on Jimmy Kimmel Live! as well as the Arsenio Hall Display, and another slot machine within the Warped Tour. An acoustic EP known as Dusted found its way to 2014, using their sophomore LP planned for a summer season 2015 release.