Albums produced by Buckwild

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  1. 4 5 6

    4 5 6 (1995)


    4,5,6 is the solo debut by hip hop artist Kool G Rap, released in September 12, 1995 on Cold Chillin' Records. The release followed his break-up with DJ Polo in 1993. The album was mostly received neutrally among critics, but was warmly accepted by underground fans. Despite the album's dark, grimy street sound, it peaked at number one on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart, and the single "Fast Life" charted on the Billboard Hot 100. The album features guest appearances from B1, MF Grimm, and Nas (who also appeared on the front cover), as well as production from Dr. Butcher, Naughty Shorts, T-Ray, and Buckwild of D.I.T.C. It would also be Cold Chillin' Records' final release before it went defunct in 1997.

  2. A.W.O.L.

    A.W.O.L. (2005)


    A.W.O.L. is the fifth studio album by rapper AZ, released on September 6, 2005. It was recorded after Final Call, which AZ declined to release because his label had pushed its release back two months—according to him, they were also the source of its early leak to the press and the internet. Garnering critical praise with production from highly regarded New York underground acts such as DJ Premier, Buckwild, and DipSet production duo the Heatmakerz, the rapper abandoned his previously money-oriented subject matter, stating that he "wanted it to be all street. A.W.O.L. is the first AZ album which was released on his own Quiet Money Records imprint. In a couple of months after the release, A.W.O.L. 1.5, which included a bonus disc featuring a cappella and instrumental versions to the songs on A.W.O.L., was released.

  3. After Taxes

    After Taxes (2005)


    After Taxes is the second studio album by rapper Sheek Louch. It was released via the independent label Koch Records instead of on a major label like Walk witt Me, Sheek's first album. His sophomore release spawned a minor hit with "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye". The album also includes the 50 Cent diss track titled, "Maybe if I Sing".

  4. Aktapuss

    Aktapuss (1999)


    Aktapuss is the second LP released by emcee Akinyele. It was released on October 26, 1999, on Volcano/Jive Records and was produced by Akinyele. The album served as the soundtrack of the film of the same name and was modest success, peaking at #64 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #33 on the Top Heatseekers. It also spawned a fairly successful single, "Take a Lick", which made it to #87 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and #9 on the Hot Rap Singles.

  5. Almost Famous

    Almost Famous (2003)


    Almost Famous is the debut album by American R&B recording artist Lumidee, released by Universal Records on June 24, 2003.

  6. Animal House

    Animal House (2002)


    Animal House is the second and last studio album by rapper Angie Martinez. The album was written by Sacario. It debuted at #6 on Billboard R&B Hip Hop Albums chart and #11 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Animal House lead single If I Could Go featuring Sacario and Lil Mo is Angie's biggest single to date. The album featured guest appearances by Missy Elliott, Fat Joe, Petey Pablo, Sacario, Kelis, N.O.R.E and Tony Sunshine. Sacario is also credited as one of the album's Executive Producer's [1]. In its first week of release, it sold 62,000 units.

  7. AZiatic



    Aziatic is the fourth studio album by rapper AZ, released on June 11, 2002.

  8. Between A Rock And A Hard Place

    Between A Rock And A Hard Place


    Between a Rock and a Hard Place is the first album by the hip hop duo Artifacts. The album, which is mainly produced by T-Ray, reached number 17 on the Billboard R&B/Hip hop Albums chart.

  9. Blackout! 2

    Blackout! 2 (2009)


    Blackout! 2 is the second studio album by rap duo Method Man & Redman. It was their first collaborative album in ten years. The album was released on May 19, 2009 under Def Jam. It debuted at #7 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and at #64 on the French Album Charts. The album has sold 178,608 copies in the United States by December 12, 2010, according to SoundScan.

  10. Bon Appetit

    Bon Appetit (2001)


    Bon Appetit is the third full-length album released by D.I.T.C. rapper O.C.; released in 2001. As on previous efforts, Buckwild handles the bulk of the production; he was responsible for 12 out of 15 songs on the album. The other contributions come from Lord Finesse (who also produced on both of the two previous albums) and Ahmed who OC previously worked together with on the self-titled D.I.T.C. album released in 2000. Guest appearances are as usual kept to a minimum on Bon Appetit and in the family as A.G., The Ghetto Dwellas and A Bless appears on one track each. Two rappers by the name of UNI and TL, who still remains unknown to this day, trades verses with O on the title track and rap-heavyweight Jay-Z perform the hook on the hidden bonus track "Bonafide" (originally released in 1999 on a limited 12" single).

  11. Click Of Respect

    Click Of Respect (2003)


    Click of Respect is a collaboration album by American rapper Kool G Rap and 5 Family Click group. The group would later be featured on various mixtapes and production on future Kool G Rap works.

  12. D.I.T.C.

    D.I.T.C. (2000)


    D.I.T.C. is the debut from Hip Hop collective D.I.T.C., or Diggin' in the Crates Crew. The group consists of Lord Finesse, Show, A.G., Diamond D, Fat Joe, O.C., Buckwild and the late Big L. The album closer, "Tribute", is a tribute track to Big L, who was murdered on February 15, 1999. The album also features the singles "Dignified Soldiers" from 1998, "Day One", "Thick" and "Get Yours".

  13. Doe Or Die

    Doe Or Die


    Doe or Die is the debut studio album by rapper AZ, released October 10, 1995 on EMI Records. The album features guest appearances by artists such as Nas and Miss Jones, and production from Pete Rock, L.E.S., and Buckwild, among others.

  14. Don Cartagena

    Don Cartagena (1998)


    Don Cartagena is the third studio album by Fat Joe, and his first for Atlantic Records. Don Cartagena debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200. The album was certified Gold.

  15. Everything Is Everything

    Everything Is Everything (1994)


    Everything is Everything is the third album from Hip Hop group Brand Nubian and the second released by the trio of Sadat X, Lord Jamar, and DJ Sincere. The album received mixed reviews and mediocre sales at the time of its release, despite a pair of popular singles, "Word Is Bond" and "Hold On." The album is completely produced by Lord Jamar except the Sadat X solo song "Alladat," which was produced by D.I.T.C. member Buckwild.

  16. Faithfully

    Faithfully (2001)


    Faithfully is the third studio album by American singer Faith Evans, released by Bad Boy Records in the United States on November 6, 2001 (see 2001 in music). Featuring production by Sean Combs, The Neptunes, Cory Rooney, Michael Angelo Saulsberry, Mario Winans, it peaked at number 14 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and was certified gold by the RIAA. The album spawned four total singles including Can't Believe featuring Carl Thomas, You Gets No Love featuring P. Diddy & Loon, the Billboard Top 40 hit, I Love You, and Alone in This World, respectfully. This was the last album of Faith Evans as Faithfully was recorded for Bad Boy Records before her split in 2003.

  17. Final Call

    Final Call (2004)


    Final Call (The Lost Tapes) is a previously unreleased studio album by rapper AZ, recorded in 2003 and 2004. It was originally set to be released in 2004 but was shelved because of a two month early leak on the internet and press. Instead of Final Call the album A.W.O.L. was released in 2005 and included the three songs "Magic Hour", "The Truth" and "Live Wire" of Final Call as bonus tracks. In 2008 Final Call was finally released under AZ's new label Koch Records.

  18. Foundation

    Foundation (1905)


    Foundation is the fourth release from Hip Hop group Brand Nubian. it was released on September 29, 1998. The album marked the reunion of the four original members, Grand Puba, Sadat X, Lord Jamar and DJ Alamo, who hadn't released an album together since their 1990 debut One for All. Foundation saw the group regain their past success, critically and commercially. The single "Don't Let It Go To Your Head" became their biggest Billboard Hot 100 hit in 1998 and was remixed by The Neptunes as the 12" single "Take It To Your Head" in the same year.

  19. Godfather Buried Alive

    Godfather Buried Alive (2004)


    Godfather Buried Alive is the second studio album by rapper Shyne. Shyne who was incarcerated at the time, was in the middle of serving a 10 year jail sentence for a shooting in New York City. It was released August 10, 2004 off Def Jam. The album included 13 tracks, 12 of which were previously recorded vocals, one was recorded over the phone from jail. The album debuted #3 on the Billboard 200 with 158,000 copies sold in its first week. The album was certified gold by the RIAA in December 2004.

  20. Hatred, Passions and Infidelity

    Hatred, Passions and Infidelity


    Hatred, Passions and Infidelity is the second album from hip hop producer and emcee Diamond D, released five years after his acclaimed debut, Stunts, Blunts and Hip Hop. The reason for the extended time between albums was due primarily to the legal battle between Diamond D and his then label PWL America Records. After the issues were resolved between him and the company, he was released from PWL America and recorded for the label's parent company Mercury Records. The album received positive reviews from music critics and fans.

  21. Hood Politics V

    Hood Politics V (2007)


    Hood Politics V is the fifth installment of several mixtapes in the Hood Politics Mixtape series from rapper Termanology mixed by Statik Selektah and hosted by Big Mike.

  22. In My Lifetime Vol. 1

    In My Lifetime Vol. 1 (1997)


    In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 is the second studio album by American rapper Jay-Z, released November 4, 1997 on Roc-A-Fella Records. Despite mixed criticism towards its more mainstream-oriented sound and lyrical substance, the album debuted at number 3 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum in sales by the RIAA in the United States.

  23. Jealous Ones Still Envy

    Jealous Ones Still Envy


    Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) is the fourth studio album by Fat Joe. The title is a reference to Fat Joe's second album, Jealous One's Envy. The album debuted and peaked at number 21 on the Billboard 200 chart.

  24. Jewelz

    Jewelz (2009)


    Jewelz is the second album by the rapper O.C.. Unlike his debut, 1994's Word...Life, Jewelz features a wider number of guest producers and rappers. Legendary producer DJ Premier (who also oversaw and mixed other parts of the album) lends his hand on four songs, while Buckwild, Da Beatminerz and O.Gee all drop 3 songs each. D.I.T.C. members Showbiz and Lord Finesse each contribute one number each and as the album was released the production was highly praised for its clean, crispy but at the same time dark and menacing sound.

  25. Legendary Classics vol. 1

    Legendary Classics vol. 1

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    Legendary Classics Volume 1 is a compilation album by American rapper R.A. the Rugged Man, released on 27 October 2009, on Nature Sounds. The album is a collection of unreleased and rare tracks R.A. the Rugged Man. The album features The Notorious B.I.G., Havoc, Kool G Rap, Bucwild, Ayatollah, Jedi Mind Tricks, Sadat X, Akinyele, Tragedy, J-Live and others. "Uncommon Valor", featuring hip hop group Jedi Mind Tricks, was originally released on their 2006 album Servants in Heaven, Kings in Hell.

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