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Published on Jul 15, 2008
Rapper Busdriver (Regan J. Farquhar) is the son of the screenwriter for the film Krush Groove so from a young age Busdriver was exposed to hip-hop. By the age of 13 he had his first recorded hip-hop album with the group 4/29. He was a regular at the Project Blowed open mic and has guest stared on many underground artists' records. His first solo album Memoirs of the Elephant Man was released in 2001 kicking off a career that quickly increased his popular, peaking when his song Imaginary Places was featured on the video game Tony Hawk's Underground in 2003. His latest album, RoadKillOvercoat, was released in early 2007. Busdriver has work with many prominent MCs such as Aceyalone, Myka 9, Abstract Rude, 2Mex, Rifleman Ellay Khule, and the band Toca.