Video: Black Moon: The Beginnings (Documentary)

Here’s a short documentary on the rise of Black Moon in honor of the 20th anniversary of their seminal debut album Enta Da Stage this Saturday. You can catch Buck, 5FT and Evil Dee at the Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight for the Duck Down x Javotti Media CMJ Showcase. Also, the group will streaming a live performance of the entire album and Q&A on Saturday at 4:00 PM EST on turntable.com.

Previously: Black Moon Rehearse with Band for Rock the Bells NYC | Talib Kweli, Buckshot, Steele, Skyzoo, Joey Bada$$ & Kirk Knight – Boiler Room Cypher


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11 Responses to “Video: Black Moon: The Beginnings (Documentary)”

  1. the architek Says:

    And props to Jon Connor for his well deserved Aftermath signing.

    He`s been doing it for a minute

    ^^

    he won’t be anymore

    that nigga is NEVER dropping

  2. the architek Says:

    Aftermath, the label <<<<

  3. the architek Says:

    lookalikes: kev’s bm & evil dee

  4. S.I.K.H Says:

    ^^^^
    TRUE

  5. S.I.K.H Says:

    talkin about Aftermath not Kev BM

  6. JR Says:

    lol/smh

  7. b Says:

    This is the same old mailroom nigga who said he was better than biggie yet biggie done died an attained legendary status while you still making beats canibus wouldnt take for free.

  8. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    that nigga is NEVER dropping

    ^lol

  9. S.I.K.H Says:

    Enter the stage should be digitally remastered and re released.Throw in a full length documentary,and bonus music,interactive content. BANG!!!

  10. b Says:

    Sikh you might could get a job at deafjam

  11. Gob Bluth Says:

    Enta Da Stage is classic status….How Many Emcees…Who Got Da Props…I gotcha Open…..If Buckshot didn’t stop recording when he had beef w/ Priority Records….They woulda been a bigger label….Buck stopped recording right after he started using that singsongy flow on Buck Em Down RMX n I Got Cha Opin RMX….Duck Down gave us sum dope shit, tho…..The 1st Smiff N Wessun, OGC, and Heltah Skeltah albums were ill……NY Indie Hip Hop at it’s finest….salute…

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