Synonyms for buckwild or Related words with buckwild

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Examples of "buckwild"
Buckwild: Diggin' in the Crates is a compilation of rare hip hop songs and remixes produced by Buckwild.
Brillz & Teddy Tuxedo - Buckwild (Bro Safari & UFO! Remix)
Buckwild Presents EP is a limited EP by Buckwild, following on the heels of his collaboration with Celph Titled, "Nineteen Ninety Now". The EP was also released via No Sleep Recordings and is limited to 200 copies.
On January 17, 2013, "Friends.Women.Money" was featured on an episode of the MTV series Buckwild.
Nineteen Ninety Now is a collaborative album by Celph Titled and Buckwild. It was released in 2010.
"Barefoot and Buckwild" debuted at number 34 on the U.S. "Billboard" Hot Country Songs chart for the week of May 25, 2013. It sold 19,000 paid digital downloads in its first week of release. "Barefoot and Buckwild" also debuted at number 58 on the U.S. "Billboard" Country Airplay chart for the week of July 20, 2013.
Back at the house, Tailor Made gets medically treated for his toe. Saaphyri and Buckwild realize with Frenchy in the box, they're outnumbered by Tailor Made's alliance, meaning one of them in their alliance will be voted into the box. Saaphyri tries to convince It to vote somebody in his alliance into the box, but It says no. Saaphyri then throws It's stuff in the yard. 20 Pack tries to per sway Tailor Made to put It in the box, but Tailor Made refuses. In the vault Saaphyri and Buckwild try to stall, but don't succeed. In desperation, Buckwild throws her water at Myammee and Myammee grabs Buckwild's face, but the producer separates them. Craig calms down the vault and decides they're gonna vote and he's gonna do it in a calm way. Buckwild and Saaphyri panic, so Saaphyri falls to the floor. Nobody believes it. Buckwild then says Saaphyri is sick. It and Tailor Made begin to wonder if Saaphyri really is sick, so then It holds Saaphyri's feet in the air. Buckwild takes Saaphyri to her room and tells her to pass out on the bed. A medic arrives and applies an oxygen mask on her and is about to insert a needle in her, but Saaphyri then comes out of it and the two return to the vault. The voting then resumes and Saaphyri and Buckwild are voted into the box. On the power outing, Saaphyri says 20 Pack should save her since she saved him once, and should save Buckwild because they're friends. Angelique admits 20 Pack owes her because she also saved him awhile back. On the one on one time, 20 Pack decides to talk to both Buckwild and Saaphyri. They both say they're stronger and smarter than Frenchy and he should keep them. Back at the house, Tailor Made approaches 20 Pack and says if he gets rid of Buckwild, they won't vote for him next time in the vault. At elimination, 20 Packs admits to not wanting to be Paymaster because he doesn't want to pick off anybody from his alliance. 20 Pack calls up Buckwild and hugs her, but then voids her check. Saaphyri then vows to get 20 Pack out of the house.
Jessica and Destiney appeared on "Hole In The Wall" Rock of Love VS Flavor of Love, where they were against Flavor of Love stars Pumkin, Saaphyri, and Buckwild.
Muneshine has collaborated with a number of popular U.S. hip hop musicians, such as Pete Rock, Sean Price, DJ Spinna, Buckwild, Guilty Simpson, Rob Swift and many more.
Buckwild is an American reality television series on MTV that debuted on January 3, 2013, and concluded on February 7, 2013.
In 2010, Buckwild released "Nineteen Ninety Now", a collaborative album with Celph Titled. In 2014, he released a collaborative album with Meyhem Lauren, entitled "Silk Pyramids".
Saaphyri and Buckwild tried to convince Leilene to vote Buddha into the box in the vault. In the vault, all but Buckwild, vote Leilene into the box, which hurts Leilene to know Buddha betrayed her. Onix is voted into the box also, and when Buckwild gets voted in, she flips out, hoping to stall, but doesn't run out of time, and the decision is final by the team. Before the power outing, Buckwild and Saaphyri tell Leilene if she quits the game, the Green Team will have to go back into the vault and vote somebody else into the box, which she's certain will be Buddha. Leilene tearfully agrees to do so, agreeing on a pinky swear saying their friendship is more important to her than winning the money. On the power outing, the four contenders go on a boat ride. Leilene finally tells Heat that Buckwild and Saaphyri want her to throw the game. Buckwild gets mad at Leilene for breaking the pinky swear for telling Heat. On the one on one time, Heat selects Leilene. The two talk about the plan and Leilene admits she doesn't want to quit. Out of desperation, Leilene falls for Heat and says she wants to spend more time with him, and then the two kiss. Back at the house, Heat talks to Leilene into quitting, with Leilene still undecided with what she wants to do. At elimination, Heat gives the first check to Buckwild. Heat then calls up Onix and tells him because of his failure to throw the challenge, he can't trust him, and thus his check is voided. Onix then says Heat just eliminated his only friend in the house.
On February 13, 2016, at 9 p.m., WGBL unexpectedly dropped the Country format during the syndicated "Buckwild Saturday Night" show and began stunting with a simulcast of sister station, 107-1 The Monkey.
Ghetto Millionaire is the debut album by Royal Flush, released on August 19, 1997 through TVT Records. The album featured by production from various producers, including prominent hip-hop producers Da Beatminerz, L.E.S., Buckwild and Hi-Tek.
"Buckwild" follows the lives of nine young adults in Charleston, West Virginia and nearby Sissonville who create their own unique ways to enjoy life in the rural area surrounding them.
On March 27, 2012, AZ released the first street single from "Doe or Die 2", entitled "My Niggas", which features production from longtime collaborator, Buckwild. As of April 2012, a third quarter 2012 release was expected. AZ had not managed to secure tracks from Dr. Dre as he previously wanted, but was going through the album's second half of selections for its productions. He was still seeking production from both Eminem & DJ Premier, but has tracks from Statik Selektah, Baby Paul and the original "Doe or Die" team of beatsmiths L.E.S., DR Period, Pete Rock & Buckwild. AZ was heavily featured on Ghostface Killah's 2014 album "36 Seasons".
The girls head to the photoshoot and New York is once again giving the girls nasty comments. After the photoshoot, Buckwild and New York get into a fight over Buckwild being "darker than what she is". Flav steps in and takes Buckwild's side. New York runs out crying and feels disrespected by Flav. Meanwhile, the girls are upset that New York is there and Krazy decides to call her out. The two fight because Krazy is saying that New York is not in control of elimination and New York went on top of the table and touched her on the head which lead Flav to come and stop it.
After a few minutes, New York is brought out. Buckwild throws a shoe at New York, which narrowly misses New York's head. La La tells Buckwild to respect her, since she never disrespected anyone and that the shoe almost hit her. Then Saaphyri throws a red bull can at New York. New York, Buckwild, Buckeey, and Saaphyri can be heard confronting each other at a distance. After this warning, La La asks Bootz whether she still wanted to say anything to New York. Bootz and New York then exchange insults, and Bootz tells New York, 'Flav only brought you back to fuck you, 'cause he left your ass twice!" Bootz then runs backstage. But security grabs Bootz, then New York punches Bootz in the face and is screaming "come on bitch, come on bitch bring that shit" veral of the contestants attempt to intervene, and in the end Buckwild, Saaphyri, Buckeey, Bootz, and Deelishis were asked to leave. Deelishis and Saaphyri were later brought back before the reunion concluded. It was later revealed that New York would be featured on her own show, "I Love New York", which premiered in January 2007.
This episode starts with the girls finding out that they must throw a party for some of Flav's famous friends. Like Dat confronts Buckwild about her speech patterns, claiming that she is talking like she's black and that it isn't how she really talks, but Buckwild says that she's not a fake. Bootz, Like Dat, and Buckwild get into a fight about Buckeey and Deelishis not working hard. After all the fights, the girls are excited to find out who will be coming to the party. The special guests are Three 6 Mafia, Warren G, Don Magic Juan, DJ Quik, the Ying Yang Twins, and G-Unit. When the guests first arrive Bootz entertain them with her booty dancing, and Nibblz gives them lap dances. The Ying Yang Twins ask Bootz to dance in one of their videos and she declines because she didn't want to risk her relationship with Flav. During the party, Nibblz drinks too much liquor and is in the bathroom vomiting, resulting in Like Dat having to lay her down on her bed. Also, Three 6 Mafia asks Krazy to sing any of Flav's songs. She says she knows one of them, but she can't sing it. Bootz and Krazy have an argument about Krazy being real or not. Like Dat and Buckwild then get into the same argument again. Buckwild says that when she is around different races of people, her voice changes. She then wants to leave but Like Dat convinces her to stay. Flav spends time with Buckeey, Bootz, and Like Dat before elimination. However, Like Dat is sent home because Flav only sees her as a friend. The girls are then pissed to find out that another guest will be joining them tomorrow: Season 1's Tiffany "New York" Pollard.
The debut solo album release "Politics As Usual" on Nature Sounds in 2008 gathered together many of hip hop's most revered producers as DJ Premier was joined by names like Pete Rock, Large Professor, Easy Mo Bee, and Buckwild. It was well received by critics, though many reviewers noted it lacked the focused aggression throughout that "Watch How It Go Down" had promised.