Black Moon

Rap Group Black Moon rose to popularity in the early 1990s with their debut rap album, Enta da Stage.  Comprised of headlining rapper DJ Evil D, 5 ft and Buckshot, the Brooklyn-based group promoted a hardcore sound that appealed to hip hop loyalists. While Black Moon took almost six years to release a proper follow-up (War Zone), the members pursued different projects in the interim, which included Buckshot's solo effort and the creation of the Boot Camp Clik rap collective.