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Birth name  Anthony Best
Genres  Hip hop

Name  Anthony Best
Occupation(s)  Producer, DJ
Years active  1993–present
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Instruments  Keyboard, sampler, drum machine
Labels  No Sleep Recordings, Thrice Great Records

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Anthony Best (born March 20) (better known by his stage name Buckwild) is an American hip hop producer from The Bronx borough of New York City. He is a member of Diggin' in the Crates Crew along with Lord Finesse, Showbiz and A.G., Diamond D, Fat Joe, Big L, and O.C. He has produced a number of tracks, including The Notorious B.I.G.'s "I Got a Story to Tell" and Black Rob's "Whoa!". In 2013, he was described by HipHopDX as "one of Hip Hop's most prolific and acclaimed producers".


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In 2010, Buckwild released Nineteen Ninety Now, a collaborative album with Celph Titled. In 2014, he released a collaborative album with Meyhem Lauren, titled Silk Pyramids.

Studio albums

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  • Nineteen Ninety Now (2010) (with Celph Titled)
  • Silk Pyramids (2014) (with Meyhem Lauren)
  • Compilation albums

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  • Buckwild: Diggin' in the Crates (2007)
  • Nineteen Ninety More (2011) (with Celph Titled)
  • EPs

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  • Still Diggin' Composition EP (1998)
  • Buckwild Presents... (2010)
  • Silk Pyramids Extras EP (2014) (with Meyhem Lauren)
  • Productions

    Street Smartz - Problemz 1996

  • O.C. - "Word...Life", "O-Zone", "Born 2 Live", "Time's Up", "Point O' Viewz", "Let It Slide", "Ma Dukes" and "Outtro (Sabotage)" from Word...Life (1994)
  • Artifacts - "C'mon Wit Da Git Down", "Attack of New Jeruzalum", "What Goes On" and "C'mon Wit Da Git Down (Remix)" from Between a Rock and a Hard Place (1994)
  • Organized Konfusion - "Stress", "Thirteen" and "Why" from Stress: The Extinction Agenda (1994)
  • Brand Nubian - "Alladat" from Everything Is Everything (1994)
  • Big L - "Put It On", "8 Iz Enuff", "Danger Zone" and "Da Graveyard" from Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous (1995)
  • Little Indian - "One Little Indian" from "One Little Indian VLS" (1995)
  • AZ - "Ho Happy Jackie" from Doe or Die (1995)
  • Mic Geronimo - "Masta I.C.", "Three Stories High" and "Train of Thought" from The Natural (1995)
  • Kool G Rap - "Blowin' Up in the World" and "Fast Life" from 4,5,6 (1995)
  • Mad Skillz - "VA in the House", "Doin' Time in the Cypha" and "Get Your Groove On" from From Where??? (1996)
  • Sadat X - "Lump Lump" and "Smoking on the Low" from Wild Cowboys (1996)
  • Capone-N-Noreaga - "Neva Die Alone" and "Black Gangstas" from The War Report (1997)
  • Organized Konfusion - "Shugah Shorty" and "Invetro" from The Equinox (1997)
  • Diamond D - "On Stage" from Hatred, Passions and Infidelity (1997)
  • Mic Geronimo - "How You Been?" from Vendetta (1997)
  • The Notorious B.I.G. - "I Got a Story to Tell" from Life After Death (1997)
  • Royal Flush - "I Been Gettin' So Much $", "Niggas Night Out" and "Makin' Moves" from Ghetto Millionaire (1997)
  • O.C. - "The Chosen One", "Far from Yours" and "Hypocrite" from Jewelz (1997)
  • Jay-Z - "Lucky Me" from In My Lifetime, Vol. 1 (1997)
  • Brand Nubian - "Brand Nubian" and "Maybe One Day" from Foundation (1998)
  • Fat Joe - "Walk on By" from Don Cartagena (1998)
  • Akinyele - "Sister, Sister" from Aktapuss (1999)
  • A.G. - "All Eye Seeing" and "Kurupt Money" from The Dirty Version (1999)
  • Mase - "Another Story to Tell" from Double Up (1999)
  • Terror Squad - "Rudeboy Salute" from The Album (1999)
  • Black Rob - "Whoa!" from Life Story (1999)
  • Big Pun - "Nigga Shit" from Yeeeah Baby (2000)
  • Beanie Sigel - "What a Thug About" from The Truth (2000)
  • O.C. - "Back to Cali", "Soul to Keep", "Bon Appetit", "Get Dirty", "Utmost", "Respect da Drop", "Weed & Drinks", "Paradise", "Psalm 23" and "Bonafide" from Bon Appetit (2001)
  • Faith Evans - "I Love You" from Faithfully (2001)
  • P. Diddy & The Bad Boy Family - "So Complete" from The Saga Continues... (2001)
  • Fat Joe - "My Lifestyle" and "Still Real" from Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) (2001)
  • WC - "So Hard" from Ghetto Heisman (2002)
  • Cormega - "A Thin Line" from The True Meaning (2002)
  • Fat Joe - "Take a Look at My Life" from Loyalty (2002)
  • Lumidee - "Only for Your Good" from Almost Famous (2003)
  • 702 - "Better Day (Ghetto Girl)" from Star (2003)
  • Nas - "These Are Our Heroes" from Street's Disciple (2004)
  • Terror Squad - "Pass Away" from True Story (2004)
  • 50 Cent - "I Don't Need 'Em" from The Massacre (2005)
  • The Game - "Like Father, Like Son" from The Documentary (2005)
  • Beanie Sigel - "Look at Me Now" from The B. Coming (2005)
  • I-20 & Playaz Circle - "You Ain't Got Enough" from Disturbing tha Peace (2005)
  • Remy Ma - "She's Gone" from There's Something About Remy: Based on a True Story (2006)
  • Playaz Circle - "U Can Believe It" from Supply & Demand (2007)
  • Termanology - "Respect My Walk" from Politics as Usual (2008)
  • Immortal Technique - "Stronghold Grip" from The 3rd World (2008)
  • Jadakiss - "Pain & Torture" from The Last Kiss (2009)
  • Method Man & Redman - "Mrs. International" from Blackout! 2 (2009)
  • Cormega - "Mega Fresh X" from Born and Raised (2009)
  • Sadat X - "Long Years" from Wild Cowboys II (2010)
  • Capone-N-Noreaga - "With Me" from The War Report 2: Report the War (2010)
  • Saigon - "Oh Yeah (Our Babies)" from The Greatest Story Never Told (2011)
  • Nas - "You Wouldn't Understand" from Life Is Good (2012)
  • Maino - "Nino Brown" from The Day After Tomorrow (2012)
  • R.A. the Rugged Man - "Still Diggin Wit Buck (Legends Intro)" and "Media Midgets" from Legends Never Die (2013)
  • Papoose - "Cure" from The Nacirema Dream (2013)
  • DJ EFN - "Revolutionary Ride Music" from Another Time (2015)
  • Ea$y Money - "Money & Blood" from The Motive of Nearly Everybody, Yo (2015)
  • Reks - "Jump Shots" from The Greatest X (2016)
  • Vinnie Paz - "The Void" from The Cornerstone of the Corner Store (2016)
  • Termanology - "I Dream B.I.G." (featuring Sheek Louch and Styles P) from More Politics (2016)
  • References

    Buckwild Wikipedia

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