sorry, not absolutely that necessary for me..



  1. If you're a fan of Buckwild or Celph Titled, then you need to get this one. These classic (but unreleased as far as I know) Buckwild beats bring out the best in Celph Titled and they go together very well. In case you don't have their first album, Nineteen Ninety Now, I advise you to pick up both of these/5(7).
  2. Nineteen Ninety Now (Instrumentals) by Celph Titled & Buckwild, released 1. The Deal Maker [Instrumental] 2. Out To Lunch [Instrumental] 3. Eraserheads [Instrumental] 4. Fuckmaster Sex [Instrumental] 5. Interlude 1 [Instrumental] 6. Swashbuckling [Instrumental] 7. Interlude 2 [Instrumental] 8. I Could Write A Rhyme [Instrumental] 9.
  3. The band have featured on various CD re-issues, compilation albums (e.g. Sounds and the U.S. skate magazine, Thrasher), collector singles, and BBC session releases released by Strange Fruit. A live video tape, Drive-In Hit Movie, was released shortly after the band broke up in Post-break up.
  4. The Celph Titled Show: Nothin' To Say Featuring – Rise (2) There Will Be Blood (Remix) Featuring – AG, Diamond D, Grand Puba, O.C., Sadat X: Buck's Four Course Meal: While You Slept (Instrumental) Good Hell Hunting (Instrumental) Rapid Fire (Instrumental) Get Stupid (Instrumental) The Celph Titled /5(20).
  5. Nineteen Ninety More, an Album by Celph Titled & Buckwild. Released 8 November on No Sleep (catalog no. NSR; CD). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop, Instrumental Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Buckwild (producer), James "DL" Ellison (executive producer), J.J. Brown (aka_text scratches role_id aka_text), Mista Sinista (aka_text scratches role_id aka_text).
  6. I've no doubt that the AOTP veteran (and the best rapper to EVER emerge from Tampa) Celph Titled and longtime DITC production man Buckwild have carved out a modern classic with their new album "Nineteen Ninety Now" .Recently Celph was good enough to post the snippets of this amazing piece of work that combines many of Buckwild's long locked away beat gems from the mid 90's with Celph.
  7. Promotion. Aside from several TV performances at the single's release, the track also garnered some attention following its inclusion in one of the official TV advertisements of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and was also extensively played back during the Samsung Unpacked event at the recently held MWC Music video. A music video to accompany the release of "Get Stupid" was first released onto.

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