Albums produced by Buckwild

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  1. The Massacre

    The Massacre (2010)


    The Massacre is the second studio album by American rapper 50 Cent, released March 3, 2005 on Aftermath Entertainment, Shady Records and Interscope Records. Its initially planned release was pushed five days ahead to avoid Internet leakage. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling over 1.14 million copies in its first week. Upon its release, The Massacre received generally positive reviews from music critics. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album, losing to Kanye West's Late Registration at the 48th Grammy Awards.

  2. 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.

  3. Faithfully

    Faithfully (1905)


    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.

  4. Life After Death

    Life After Death (1997)


    Life After Death is the second and final studio album by American rapper The Notorious B.I.G., released March 25, 1997 on Bad Boy Records. A double album, it was released posthumously following his death on March 9, 1997. It features collaborations with guest artists such as 112, Jay-Z, Lil' Kim, Mase, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Too $hort, Angela Winbush, D.M.C. of Run-D.M.C., R. Kelly, The LOX, and Puff Daddy. Life After Death exhibits The Notorious B.I.G. further delving into the mafioso rap subgenre. The album acts as a sequel to his debut Ready to Die and picks up where the last song "Suicidal Thoughts" ends.

  5. The War Report

    The War Report (1997)


    The War Report is the influential debut album by rap duo Capone-N-Noreaga (C-N-N for short). The album features the classics "L.A., L.A."; "T.O.N.Y."; "Neva Die Alone"; "Driver's Seat"; "Illegal Life"; "Capone Bone"; "Bloody Money"; "Closer"; "Iraq (See The World)"; and Noreaga's dedication to Capone, "Live on, Live Long." Tragedy Khadafi was in many ways the mastermind behind the project and was at the time considered an unofficial third member. He appears on more than half of the album's songs. Other guest appearances include Imam T.H.U.G., who appeared on the track "Driver's Seat"; Castro; Mussolini; Mendosa; Troy Outlaw; Mobb Deep. Despite its strong underground overtones, the album was, surprisingly, a commercial success, making 1997's Hip Hop/R&B Top Five.

  6. Life Story

    Life Story (2000)


    Life Story is the critically acclaimed debut album by Black Rob, an American hip hop musician. Life Story attempts to showcase Black Rob's struggle through hard beats and well constructed rhymes. The album boasts a wide range of guests, mostly fellow artists from Bad Boy Records.

  7. Loyalty

    Loyalty (2002)


    Loyalty is the fifth studio album by Fat Joe. The album debuted at #31 on the Billboard 200 Chart. The song, Take a Look at My Life, was featured on the game, Def Jam: Fight for New York, along with Fat Joe, himself.

  8. The Last Kiss

    The Last Kiss (2009)


    The Last Kiss is the third studio album from rapper Jadakiss, released April 7, 2009 on D-Block Records, Ruff Ryders Entertainment, Roc-A-Fella Records and Def Jam Recordings, after numerous delays. To date, Jadakiss has released 3 music videos for the singles "By My Side", "Can't Stop Me" and "Who's Real".

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. Street's Disciple

    Street's Disciple (2004)


    Street's Disciple is the seventh studio album by American rapper Nas, released November 30, 2004 on Columbia Records in the United States. It is a double album entitled after one of his rhymes from "Live at the Barbeque" by Main Source, which was the song marking his musical debut. The album's cover art is a digitally created image, using photos of Nas to create an adaptation of The Last Supper.




    The Saga Continues... is the third studio album released by American hip-hop artist Diddy and the Bad Boy Family on July 10, 2001 in North America. The album was eventually certified Platinum. It is the only studio album under the P. Diddy name, and last studio album under Bad Boy Entertainment's joint venture with Arista Records (his We Invented The Remix album was the last overall album with Arista).

  13. 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.

  14. Life Is Good

    Life Is Good (2012)


    Life Is Good is the eleventh studio album by American rapper Nas, released on July 13, 2012, by Def Jam Recordings. His last album for the record label, it was recorded at various studios in New York and California, and produced primarily by No I.D. and Salaam Remi. Nas wrote the album after his divorce from recording artist Kelis and compared it to Marvin Gaye's 1978 album Here, My Dear. He wanted to vent personal feelings and address moments in his life lyrically and pursued 1980s hip hop influences for the album's production in order to complement its nostalgic tone.

  15. The Green Ghost Project

    The Green Ghost Project (2010)


    The Green Ghost Project is a collaborative album by American hip hop recording artist Styles P and American record producer DJ Green Lantern. It was released on February 9, 2010 via DJ Green Lantern's label Invasion Records. The album features guest appearances from M.O.P., N.O.R.E., Uncle Murda and Junior Reid, as well as Style P's D-Block cohorts Jadakiss and Sheek Louch, among others. The album's production was handled by DJ Green Lantern, Dame Grease, The Alchemist, Buckwild, Dutchez Beatz, Statik Selektah, Vinny Idol and Poobs.

  16. 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.

  17. Yeeeah Baby

    Yeeeah Baby (2000)


    Yeeeah Baby is the second solo and final studio album by rapper Big Pun. In the wake of Big Pun's death in February 2000, it was released in April of the same year as planned, peaked at #3 on the Billboard 200 charts, and subsequently was certified gold. Fat Joe, Pun's close friend and mentor, is the executive producer of the album.

  18. The Truth

    The Truth (2000)


    The Truth is the debut album by rapper Beanie Sigel. It was released on February 29, 2000 to positive critical and commercial success. It reached Number 5 on The Billboard 200 and had three charting remotely popular singles: "Anything", "Remember Them Days" and "The Truth," which samples Chicago by Graham Nash. Beanie Sigel and his debut album were intensely hyped up after "a few dazzling collaborations" according to Matt Conaway of Allmusic and Conaway says that it "is the culmination of that promise" .

  19. 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".

  20. The Documentary

    The Documentary


    The Documentary is the second studio album by American rapper The Game, released on January 18, 2005, through Aftermath Entertainment, G-Unit Records and Interscope Records. After recovering from a shooting in late 2001, The Game pursued a rap career and was discovered by Dr. Dre who signed him to his Aftermath Entertainment label. The album, which is his major label debut, includes production provided by high-profile producers such as Dr. Dre, Kanye West, Scott Storch, Timbaland and more. The album features several prominent guest appearances, including 50 Cent, Eminem, Nate Dogg and Faith Evans, among others.

  21. The Archives 1996-2000

    The Archives 1996-2000


    Big L: The Archives 1996-2000 is a 2006 limited-edition CD by the late Harlem hip hop emcee Big L, with only 500 reported pressings. This album contains many Big L songs that were not released prior to this album's release.

  22. The B.Coming

    The B.Coming (2005)


    The B. Coming is the third studio album by rapper Beanie Sigel, released by Dame Dash Music Group on March 29, 2005. The album contains 15 songs. Special guests include Freeway, Redman, Snoop Dogg, Bun B, Jay-Z, Cam'ron, and others. The album was completed before Beanie had to serve jail time in 2004.

  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. True Story

    True Story


    True Story is the second studio album by hip-hop group Terror Squad. The album was a hit reaching number 7 in the US. The album features the hit single titled "Lean Back", which hit the Billboard Hot 100 at number 1 and reached number 24 in the UK charts. The single "Lean Back" also has an official remix featuring Eminem, Lil Jon and Mase.

  25. 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".

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