Hip-hop / Funk
Electronic / Rock
9th Wonder and Buckshot.
Beatminerz remix of the Buckshot & 9th Wonder collab album "Chemistry".
Black Moon is an American hip hop group, composed of members Buckshot, 5 ft and DJ Evil Dee (of Da Beatminerz). The group was most notable for their debut album Enta da Stage, and their affiliation with the Boot Camp Clik. Black Moon (backronymed as Brothers who Lyrically Act and Combine Kickin Music Out On Nations) debuted in 1992, with the release of the single "Who Got Da Props?".
Alter the Chemistry (2006). Back in Town by Buckshot and Black Moon feat. Eye of the Needle by Ten Wheel Drive (1969). E and Walt Wonderin by Buckshot and Black Moon feat. Rapper Big Pooh and Sean Price.
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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 Buckshot, with guest appearances from members of the Boot Camp Clik and the Justus League. This album is paralleled by the Black Moon album "Alter the Chemistry", which was basically a remix album produced by Da Beatminerz.
Official BEATMINERZ REMIX of Buckshot and 9th Wonder's ÛÛ°. "Chemistry" album. Original guest shots from Sean Price, ÛÛ.
Buckshot - Alter The Chemistry MP3 version. 1616 downloads at 21 mb/s. Buckshot - Alter The Chemistry FLAC version. 1555 downloads at 19 mb/s. Beatminerz remix of the Buckshot & 9th Wonder collab album "Chemistry".
Chemistry 201 03. He’s Back With Evil Dee 04. Now A Dayz – Walt What’s Up 05. Slipped 06. Side Talk With E and Walt 07. The Ghetto (Evil Dee extended remix) 08. Da Beatminerz Food for Thought 09. Make the Comparison 10. Chicks out the Pen (feat. Phonte & Keisha Shontelle) 11. E and Walt Wonderin (feat. Rapper Big Pooh & Sean Price) 12. Back in Town (feat. amp; Joe Scudda) 13. Evil Dee and Walt Know Why (feat.
Black Moon reunited on Duck Down Records. In late 1996, Nervous Records released a Black Moon compilation album titled "Diggin' In Dah Vaults", which featured a number of remixes and b-side tracks. After the group's split with Nervous Records, Black Moon became entangled in a legal battle over the licensing rights of their group name, which lasted for a number of years. The case was finally settled in 1998, and the group was able to license its name through Nervous. The album saw a change in the group's musical style, with a more mature Buckshot showing off a calmer, more serious lyrical delivery, and the noticeably more vocal 5 f. aking appearances with . P ("Annihilation") and Heather B ("For All Y'all"), and also featured a new lo-fi production sound from Da Beatminerz. In 2005, Buckshot released a collaboration album with producer 9th Wonder titled "Chemistry".
|Lessons From Buttah L|
|He's Back With Evil Dee|
|Now A Dayz - Walt What's Up|
|Side Talk With E And Walt|
|The Ghetto (Evil Dee Extended Remix)|
|Da Beatminerz Food For Thought|
|Make The Comparison|
|Chicks Out The Pen|
|E And Walt Wonderin|
|Back In Town|
|Evil Dee And Walt Know Why|
|5002||Buckshot & Black Moon||Buckshot & Black Moon - Alter The Chemistry (CD, Album)||Duck Down||5002||US||2006|
|BTU5002-CD||Buckshot & Black Moon||Buckshot & Black Moon - Alter The Chemistry (CD, Album)||Bucktown USA Entertainment||BTU5002-CD||US||2006|
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