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True Hip-Hop Stories: Buckshot (of Black Moon)

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Published on Feb 10, 2009

In this edition of True Hip-Hop Stories, Buckshot (of Black Moon) discusses the writing of the Black Moon recording "How Many Emcees" and state of hip-hop today.

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Michael Banks
Duck Down had it on lock... I remember walking the halls of highschool and my crew we knew every word to every song on this album.. CLASSIC album
Southern Cross
I got to say the same thing too, that was one cool ass interview man. It is very rare after you watch a hip hop interview or just music interview on somebody all together that, was just the dopest ever. You feel like, your brain cells either regenerated some type of special formula that just made you feel like you got a little wiser after the fact.
DaNewBishop
I can remember like it was yesterday... Monday-Friday... Walking to high school with my big headphones bumping this album... Black Moon played a major influence in my overall music creativity... & That's even in this present state of Hip-Hop Music.. 1Luv
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Marvin Bennett
how many mcs must get dissed. my fav song though was slave!!!!!!!!!! real grimmy, nasty, gutter hip hop. come on NYC get it back
HoodyTV
Franklin Ave, Bucktown!
Mikey Esco
BOOM 102.9 ED LOVER AND MONIE LOVE PLAYS THE CLASSICS 24/7
enzigenes
I met him and Dru Ha in Arizona. They were in the same hotel i was in. These dudes were mad cool man.
iluvmyboba
As far as I'm concerned Buckshot's voice alone is Hip-Hop. If you listen to that "Enta Da Stage" album, he sounds so hungry, and not "hungry" where he's trying to be the best MC. It's that hunger that we don't see anymore, it's the hunger of the LOVE of the artform. It's sad that it's sooo rare nowadays.
Cham Rav
I fucking love Black Moon! Buckshot is one of my all time fave rappers! much respect
GARVEY'S DAUGHTER
Ditto what the brother David Kemp wrote! I was thinking the same thing before I saw your post. Buckshot looks so much like Rakim it's ridiculous. He's like a lighter shorter blood relative. Handsome. Shot out to KRS ONE. He saw the vision. I'm glad they're still laying tracks. Sweet. Black Moon was apart of the Glory days of Hip Hop. Right out of that New Jack era. I'll never forget it!!
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