The BDI Thug is the solo debut from hip-hop artist Buckshot of the group Black Moon and the collective Boot Camp Clik. The BDI Thug was re-released by Duck Down Records in 2003 with a number of bonus tracks. The BDI Thug's title BDI Thug references the nickname 2Pac gave to Buckshot in the summer of 1996 during the recording of the unreleased One Nation album. The BDI Thug's sales were cut short after Buck's label was dropped from their distribution deal.
This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 83/169 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The BDI Thug. BPM Profile The BDI Thug. Album starts at 83BPM, ends at 92BPM (+9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Buckshot.
Similar to the lo-fi Wu-Tang aesthetic of Black Moon's War Zone, The BDI Thug has productions by Boogie Brown, Lord Jamar, DJ Akshun, and Just Blaze, among others. Buckshot's rapping is understated (even when his material isn't), and The BDI Thug holds up much better than listeners would expect from a solo album. tags: buckshot, the bdi thug, 1999, flac, ← Newer Post Older Post → Home.
Buckshot's rapping is understated (even when his material isn't), and The BDI Thug holds up much better than listeners would expect from a solo album. 1. Intro (Games People Play).
During this time Buckshot was dubbed, The BDI Thug by 2 Pac. "There was a Native Indian tribe, Thugla, who were wiped out with the Native Americans, said Buck. They were the most rebellious tribe, and from that point on any slave who would rebel against the masses was considered a thug. The album was a different sound heard, opposed to the previously recorded track, Cession at Da Doghillee which appeared on Smif N’ Wessun’s, Da Shinin'. Perhaps fans were too eager to compare it to Black Moon. Never the less, For the People, contained aggressive rhymes and unique production that made it a diamond in the rough. To know what is in store for Buckshot . The BDI Thug, is unknown. As the music community has seen, perseverance equals success. Buckshot’s ability to trudge the trenches, has attested the longevity in the world of hip-hop music.
The BDI Thug is the solo debut from hip-hop artist Buckshot of the group Black Moon, and the collective Boot Camp Clik. The title BDI Thug references the nickname 2Pac gave to Buckshot in the summer of 1996 during the recording of the unreleased One Nation album. Chemistry is a 2005 collaboration album by Buckshot of the Boot Camp Clik and 9th Wonder of Little Brother. 9th provides all the production on the release, and handled all recording and mixing except for the song "No Comparison" which was recorded by Khrysis, while leaving the rapping to Bucksho. mage: Chemistry album cover. Duck Down Presents: The Album. Basic Training: Boot Camp Clik's Greatest Hits.
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|A1||Intro (Games People Play)|
|A2||Follow With Pride|
|A3||Ladies N Gentlemen|
|A4||By Bitchez & My Niggaz
Featuring – Harly Hearts
|A6||Take It To The Streets
Featuring – Half A Mil*, Swan , Tone
|A7||I'll Be Damned
Featuring – Swan
Featuring – F.T., Swan
|B2||Glide With Me
Featuring – Swan
|B3||Take Your Time|
|B5||Boom Bye Bye
Featuring – Top Dog
Featuring – Swan , Sweet Mellodye, Tone Capone
- Executive-Producer – Buckshot, Dru Ha
- Mastered By – M. Sarsfield*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 93461-1001-4 5
|DD 1001-2||Buckshot The BDI Thug*||The BDI Thug (CD, Album)||Duck Down||DD 1001-2||US||1999|
|C2 150878-01||Buckshot The BDI Thug*||The BDI Thug (CD, Album)||Duck Down||C2 150878-01||US||1999|
|DDM 1001-1||Buckshot The BDI Thug*||The BDI Thug (2xLP, Album)||Duck Down||DDM 1001-1||US||1999|
|DDM-CD-2003||Buckshot The BDI Thug*||The BDI Thug (CD, Album, RE)||Duck Down||DDM-CD-2003||US||2003|