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Black Moon
17 October, 2013 7:36 am

Black Moon, the iconic rap group from Brooklyn, NY comprised of Buckshot, 5FT and DJ Evil Dee, are celebrating the 20-year anniversary of their debut album, Enta Da Stage, on Oct. 19th. In this mini-doc. the group discusses their early beginnings, exploring topics such as the first time they met; initial studio recordings; mixing Enta [cont.]

15 March, 2013 5:06 am

Go behind the scenes with Black Moon, 20 years after they dropped their ground breaking album, ‘Enta Da Stage.’ Get insight from Buckshot, 5ft, DJ Evil Dee and Dru Ha as they discuss the early beginnings of Black Moon and what went behind their debut album. Stay tuned for the full clip which will be [cont.]

9 November, 2011 3:39 pm

…and thus, Duck Down Records was born. Buck’s not nervous….

2 October, 2011 12:44 pm

DJ Evil Dee gives fans an inside perspective on the unusual recording practices he took while mixing Black Moon’s debut album ‘Enta Da Stage.’ Hear more stories like this from the group tomorrow, Sept 29th, at South Paw as they’re taking part in a Red Bull Music Academy Q&A at 5PM. Following the Q&A is [cont.]

18 August, 2011 3:37 pm

Buckshot rehearses with the band that backed him at Southpaw in Brooklyn last night as he performed Enta Da Stage in it’s entirety.

2 July, 2010 5:09 am

Duck Down Music is celebrating its 15 Year Anniversary with a commemorative album that pays homage to what the fans voted to be the strongest record from each of the 15 years. There are two bonus tracks from 1993 & 1994 to offer tribute to Black Moon’s hit record “Who Got The Props,” and Smif [cont.]

11 May, 2010 2:38 am

Do you listen to Poetical Prophets, Brick City Kids, Original Flavor, Ricky D, Kid Wizard Rakim, Simply II Positive, or Darkman X? You probably do, but just don’t know it yet. A blog called Onetwann digs into the archives and unearths a treasure trove of lost pre-major label demos from the likes of Jay-Z, Slick [cont.]

7 May, 2010 12:57 am

We had to dig this one up. This disastrous freestyle session isn’t quite a battle, but goes crazily awry when an over-excited Freaky Tah “goes in” live on Tim Westwood’s show. It begins with Spigg Nice doing his thing, only to be over powered by his pal Tah (R.I.P.). Heltah Skeltah try to salvage the [cont.]

29 March, 2010 1:18 pm

Includes performances and video footage from Black Moon, Pharoahe Monch, Smif-N-Wessun, Sean Price, and Kidz In The Hall.

5 March, 2010 11:39 pm

Black Moon / Beatminerz # 1 deejay Evil Dee’s last show on Hot 97 from around 1997ish… Laced with freestyles from The Alkaholiks, Common, Craig G, Organized Konfusion, plus a whole host of classics. Quality leaves something to be desired… Big up to Vinyl4Life, who upped this. DJ Evil Dee’s “Escape From Hell (Last Show On [cont.]

26 January, 2010 2:34 am

Today’s generation of emcees pay homage to Krs-One and Buckshot, whose “Survival Skills” LP is in stores now on Duck Down. Tracklist: 1) Survival Kit (Intro) by DJ Sherazta 2) Gotcha Opin Original (RMX) – Tanya Morgan (produced by NVME) 3) South Bronx (RMX) – Cause, The Kid Daytona & Chaundon (produced by NVME) 4) [cont.]

11 January, 2004 12:00 am

     Record industry rule #2434: Hip hop has no love for its own veterans. If you check for a list of emcees who have survived for more than a decade, you will probably find a list of rappers who are barely breathing the same venom that made them famous. Either they are existing because of sex appeal or because [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

Coming from the Duck Down Presents album are two tracks spotlighting members of the Boot Camp Click. Most notable of this twelve inch is “Jump Up”, which completely brings back the Black Moon we all knew and loved from the early days. I haven’t heard Buckshot this hungry since Enta Da Stage, and he actually pays [cont.]

1 January, 1999 12:00 am

Black Moon are hip-hop veterans, despite the fact that this is only their second album. After dropping the essential Enta Da Stage in 1993, which Billboard described as “hardcore jazz,” Black Moon chipped diamond quality remixes off the Enta Da Stage block like “I Got Cha Opin” and “Buck Em Down.” Of their sophomore effort, Warzone, [cont.]

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