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The BDI Thug
Studio album by Buckshot
Released October 26, 1999
Recorded 1998-1999
Genre Hip Hop
Length 59:53
Label Duck Down Records
Producer Boogie Brown
Lord Jamar
DJ Akshun
Master Beats
Just Blaze
Baby Paul
Chris Ward
Professional reviews
Buckshot chronology
The BDI Thug

The BDI Thug is the solo debut from Hip Hop artist Buckshot, of the group Black Moon, and the collective Boot Camp Clik. The album received harsh reviews, and sales were cut short after Buck's label was dropped from their distribution deal. The title BDI Thug references the nickname 2Pac gave to Buckshot in the summer of 1996 during the recording of the unreleased One Nation album.

The BDI Thug was re-released by Duck Down Records in 2003 with a number of bonus tracks.

Track listing

# Title Producer(s) Performer (s)
1 "Intro [Games People Play]" Boogie Brown Buckshot
2 "Follow With Pride" Boogie Brown Buckshot
3 "Ladies N Gentlemen" Lord Jamar Buckshot
4 "My Bitches & My Niggaz" Boogie Brown Buckshot, Harly Hearts
5 "Trapped" DJ Akshun Buckshot
6 "Take It To The Streets" Master Beats Buckshot, Blue Flame, Half-A-Mil, Swan
7 "I'll Be Damned" Boogie Brown Buckshot, Swan
8 "Heavy Weighters" Just Blaze Buckshot, Swan, F.T.
9 "Glide With Me" Boogie Brown Buckshot
10 "Take Your Time" Buckshot, Boogie Brown Buckshot, Swan, Jessica Darby
11 "Breath Control" Baby Paul Buckshot
12 "Boom Bye Bye" Baby Paul, Buckshot Buckshot, Top Dog
13 "Feel It" Chris Ward Buckshot, Sweet Mellodye, Swan, Tone Cappone
14 "Final Words" Chris Ward Buckshot, Swan

Album Chart Positions

Year Album Chart positions
Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums Top Heatseekers
1999 The BDI Thug - #63 #21


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