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Best known as the front-man for Black Moon, Buckshot first appeared on their stellar '93 debut Enta Da Stage. Spitting rowdy street rhymes and laid-back smoker stories alike, Buck always brings it on the mic. He's got several certified classics under his belt, including "Who Got The Props" and "How Many MCs." In addition to his emcee status, he also runs Duck Down Enterprises, looking over the careers of his Boot Camp brethren. He released a solo album, The BDI Thug, in '99 and has made several high-profile appearances over the years. In 2001 he was featured on "The Illest It Gets" off Hi-Tek's Hi-Teknology.

Listen toBuckshoton Rhapsody

Best known as the front-man for Black Moon, Buckshot first appeared on their stellar '93 debut Enta Da Stage. Spitting rowdy street rhymes and laid-back smoker stories alike, Buck always brings it on the mic. He's got several certified classics under his belt, including "Who Got The Props" and "How Many MCs." In addition to his emcee status, he also runs Duck Down Enterprises, looking over the careers of his Boot Camp brethren. He released a solo album, The BDI Thug, in '99 and has made several high-profile appearances over the years. In 2001 he was featured on "The Illest It Gets" off Hi-Tek's Hi-Teknology.

About Buckshot

Best known as the front-man for Black Moon, Buckshot first appeared on their stellar '93 debut Enta Da Stage. Spitting rowdy street rhymes and laid-back smoker stories alike, Buck always brings it on the mic. He's got several certified classics under his belt, including "Who Got The Props" and "How Many MCs." In addition to his emcee status, he also runs Duck Down Enterprises, looking over the careers of his Boot Camp brethren. He released a solo album, The BDI Thug, in '99 and has made several high-profile appearances over the years. In 2001 he was featured on "The Illest It Gets" off Hi-Tek's Hi-Teknology.

About Buckshot

Best known as the front-man for Black Moon, Buckshot first appeared on their stellar '93 debut Enta Da Stage. Spitting rowdy street rhymes and laid-back smoker stories alike, Buck always brings it on the mic. He's got several certified classics under his belt, including "Who Got The Props" and "How Many MCs." In addition to his emcee status, he also runs Duck Down Enterprises, looking over the careers of his Boot Camp brethren. He released a solo album, The BDI Thug, in '99 and has made several high-profile appearances over the years. In 2001 he was featured on "The Illest It Gets" off Hi-Tek's Hi-Teknology.