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Buc Fifty

About Buc Fifty

A dangerously lyrical emcee, Buc Fifty spits raw battle rhymes, disposing of the weak with his fearless delivery and always fresh wordplay. "I ain't Sylvester / but I'm still alone / young Judge Dread" and "I'm your majesty / and you are simply a casualty" are two standouts. His classic cut "Dead End Street" was featured on The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 2 and he also appeared on Battle Axe's Defenders of the Underworld compilation. In an industry flooded with half-assed trash-talkers, Buc Fifty is the real deal.

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Buc Fifty

A dangerously lyrical emcee, Buc Fifty spits raw battle rhymes, disposing of the weak with his fearless delivery and always fresh wordplay. "I ain't Sylvester / but I'm still alone / young Judge Dread" and "I'm your majesty / and you are simply a casualty" are two standouts. His classic cut "Dead End Street" was featured on The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 2 and he also appeared on Battle Axe's Defenders of the Underworld compilation. In an industry flooded with half-assed trash-talkers, Buc Fifty is the real deal.

About Buc Fifty

A dangerously lyrical emcee, Buc Fifty spits raw battle rhymes, disposing of the weak with his fearless delivery and always fresh wordplay. "I ain't Sylvester / but I'm still alone / young Judge Dread" and "I'm your majesty / and you are simply a casualty" are two standouts. His classic cut "Dead End Street" was featured on The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 2 and he also appeared on Battle Axe's Defenders of the Underworld compilation. In an industry flooded with half-assed trash-talkers, Buc Fifty is the real deal.

About Buc Fifty

A dangerously lyrical emcee, Buc Fifty spits raw battle rhymes, disposing of the weak with his fearless delivery and always fresh wordplay. "I ain't Sylvester / but I'm still alone / young Judge Dread" and "I'm your majesty / and you are simply a casualty" are two standouts. His classic cut "Dead End Street" was featured on The World Famous Beat Junkies Vol. 2 and he also appeared on Battle Axe's Defenders of the Underworld compilation. In an industry flooded with half-assed trash-talkers, Buc Fifty is the real deal.