Andy Suzuki & The Method is a band from New York City, consisting of lead singer Andy Suzuki and percussionist Kozza Babumba, grandson of Grammy Award winning Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji. The band formed in 2005 at Brown University, where band leader Suzuki met hand-percussionist Babumba.
The band released its first EP, 300 Pianos, in 2009. In 2011, they were selected as the Manhattan winner for WNYC's annual Battle Of The Boroughs. The release of the band's second EP, The Ghost Stories EP, followed in February 2012. Andy Suzuki & The Method released videos for “Her Ghost” and “Take Care Of Me” in support of "The Ghost Stories EP" in 2012, and following the EP's release the band performed at an Official Artist Showcase as part of the SXSW Music Festival. The Urban Daily included the band in their “25 Artists That Need To Be Heard” series.
In the fall of 2012 Andy Suzuki & The Method toured Brunei with sponsorship from KFC and UBD FM, establishing a strong regional following among Bruneian youth. During this tour, fans of the band in Brunei adopted the monikers "Methodons" and "Methodonnas".
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