BY JAKE PAINE • SEPTEMBER 20, 2019
More than three months, Black Moon released its first music video in more than 16 years. “Creep Wit Me” reunited Buckshot, DJ Evil Dee, and 5 ft after years of anticipation that the Brooklyn, New York trio would follow-up Total Eclipse.
Heads now have more details surrounding Rise Of Da Moon, the fourth album from one of the more trusted brands in Hip-Hop. It arrives October 18 courtesy of Buckshot and Dru Ha’s Duck Down Music imprint and is available for pre-order.
Black Moon Release Their 1st Video In 15 Years. The New Album Is Coming Soon
At Ambrosia For Heads, the trio premieres new single “Black Moon Rise,” along with a tracklisting that involves Method Man, Smif-N-Wessun, and Heltah Skeltah’s Rockness Monsta. Moreover, for the first time since 1999’s War Zone, the entire album is produced by Da Beatminerz, which is Evil Dee and his brother, Mr. Walt. This is the same musical team responsible for 1993’s game-changing Enta Da Stage debut, and other Boot Camp Clik catalog gems.