Bronx, New York producer Buckwild spoke to Complex.com this week, to look through his comprehensive discography. A member of D.I.T.C. (Diggin' In The Crates), Buck has made hits with the likes of Black Rob, O.C., AZ and many more. Within the 34 song retrospective, Buckwild spoke candidly about one record in particular, 2000's "What A Thug About" by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania emcee Beanie Sigel.
Discussing the single from The Truth, Buck explained that he may have been involved in some of what would become Roc-A-Fella Records' trademark sound at the top of the new millennium. "I was under the Roc management before Just [Blaze] and Beanie [Sigel]. It was between The Blueprint and Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter. It was during the time of The Truth and Bleek’s first album, Coming of Age. I remember during Beanie’s first album we cut like 12 records. A couple of them had the same samples that were on The Blueprint. I had the same Tom Brock sample that was used in ‘Girls, Girls, Girls.'"
Buck went on to admit that while he probably left Roc-A-Fella's management arm too soon, that he developed a strong chemistry with the State Property front-man that may carry into the future. "Even now, I approach him and say, ‘We should cut some records and put that spark back in the game.’ Not many people have that chemistry. He’s real and aggressive. S o I think he needs to get back to doing him. When he did The Solution, I told him, ‘Yo, I’m not really feeling the ['All The Above'] R. Kelly thing. I think you need to get back and make a part two of The B.Coming.’ And they were like, ‘Nah, this is what Jay says to do…'"
Last year, Buckwild a collaborative album with Florida's Celph Titled, Nineteen Ninety Now.