Boot Camp Clik Meets Pro Era, As Buckshot Crosses Paths With Joey Bada$$ & CJ Fly (Video)

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Whether it be with Black Moon, Boot Camp Clik, or just on his own two as the B.D.I. Thug, Buckshot Shorty has been dropping music for over two decades and has worked with a slew of notable artists including 9th Wonder and KRS-One.

To add to his extensive catalog, the Brooklyn MC links up with the Pro Era young guns, Joey Bada$$ and CJ Fly, for his latest video. This is an obvious link in the chain, as Pro Era are deeply influenced by Black Moon and Smif-N-Wessun’s artful-yet-combative approach, as well as the West Indian influence. P-Money laces up the production as the animated trio hit the New York city streets to display their lyrical prowess.

Find this track and more on the upcoming P-Money and Buckshot collaborative project, BackPack Travels, June 24.

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