Buckshot & P-Money - BackPack Travels

Posted 2 years ago

Buckshot, the Brooklyn underground mainstay who rose to fame as one-third of Black Moon, has joined forces with New Zealand beatsmith P-Money to craft a brand new joint full-length.

On BackPack Travels, the duo showcase their formidable musical chemistry over the course of 10 original tracks. Included is lead single "Flute," a reader-acclaimed collaboration with Joey BadA$$ and CJ Fly, as well as non-featured follow-up "Sweetest Thing." Chelsea Reject, David Dallas, Raz Fresco, Steele (of Smif-N-Wessun) and T'Nah Apex make additional guest appearances throughout the set, which is produced entirely by P-Money.

Watch for BackPack Travels to hit The DJBooth for free stream and direct purchase via Duck Down Records. In the meantime, the set can be ordered via iTunes above.

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