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Kid Buu (rapper)

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Kid Buu
Birth nameMarkquez Lao Santiago
Also known asHumongous The God, HXTXG
Born (1988-04-11) April 11, 1988 (age 32)
Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)Rapper
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2009–2020
LabelsIsland Records
Opposition
Hypster-Trap Group
Associated actsSki Mask the Slump God, Ronny J, Lil Keed, Blac Youngsta, DJ Khaled, Migos, Blac Chyna, Oohdem Beatz, Icy Narco
Websitewww.kidbuu.com

Markquez Lao Santiago (born April 11, 1988), better known as Kid Buu, is an American rapper who started his career as part of a collective known as the Online Money Boys.

His career has been hallmarked by controversy, including claims of being a second generation clone created by the Bahamian company ClonAid.[1][2][3][4]

Early life

Santiago was born on April 11, 1988, at St. Elizabeth Child Care Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. He later moved with his fraternal twin brother, Jason, and his mother to South Florida, specifically the Hialeah and Opa-locka areas, in search of a better life. As a child, Santiago took martial arts classes. He attended public school before being home-schooled. He recalls the death of friends in harsh neighborhoods as well as having little food as motivators for a better life. He is of Sicilian and Puerto Rican descent.[5]

Personal life

Prior to his rap career, Santiago had been cited for child abuse in 2008. Santiago was arrested when he was 19 after he got into a fight with his then-underage girlfriend. She was also the mother of their child, who was only two years old when the incident occurred. The pair eventually got violent, and Santiago punched her in the face while their child was present. He denied these claims but plead guilty to child abuse, child rape, intimidation, robbery, and criminal mischief. He was sentence to two years of probation.[6]

In late 2017, Santiago changed his stage name from "Humongous The God" to "Kid Buu", in reference to his favorite Dragon Ball Z character,[7] and for his love of anime. The "Majin" tattoo between his eyes, his fangs and his pink hair further promote this persona.[8]

Kid Buu also hosts a vlog on YouTube eponymously named "Life of Buu" in which he shows off his luxurious lifestyle.

Discography

Albums

  • Blind For Love (2018)
  • Blind For Love2 (2019)
  • Revenge Of The Clones (2019)
  • Blind For Love3 (2020)

Mixtapes

  • Man Vs God (as HXTXG) (2011)
  • 007 James Bond MixTape (as HXTXG) (2011)
  • Man Vs God 2: Agape (as HXTXG) (2014)
  • Man Vs God 3: HXTXG (as HXTXG) (2014)
  • In Gwalla We Trust (as HXTXG) (2016)
  • Gwalla 16 (as HXTXG) (2016)
  • K A N E D A (as HXTXG) (2017)

Singles

  • "WATER" ft. Max P (as HXTXG)
  • "dead roses (never wanted you)"
  • "death 2 soundcloud"
  • "poppa"
  • "frozel soul" ft. Icy Narco and Oohdem Beatz
  • "curtis"
  • "momma"
  • "Misery Needs Company"
  • "Sauce" ft. Lil Keed
  • "I TRY / ++LuV $ick"
  • "fuck growing up.."
  • "blunt" ft. Blac Youngsta
  • "Broken Dreams" (Cover of Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day)
  • "Death2Soundcloud P2"
  • "SUBZERO"

References

  1. ^ "A History of Hip-Hop's Obsession With Clone Conspiracies". Xxlmag.com. Retrieved 26 October 2019.
  2. ^ Kennedy, John. "Kid Buu Addresses Child Abuse Charges, Cloning and Brainwashing - XXL". Xxlmag.com.
  3. ^ "Blac Chyna Reportedly Dating Controversial Rapper Kid Buu | Pablo | Jamn 957". Jamn957.iheart.com.
  4. ^ "Who Is Kid Buu? Rapper Who Fought Blac Chyna in Hotel Has a Criminal Record, Claims He's a Clone". People.com.
  5. ^ "Kid Buu Says He's a 2nd Generation Clone that Escaped from Cloning Facility (Part 1)". YouTube. 2018-09-08. Retrieved 2019-10-26.
  6. ^ "Blac Chyna's Ex Kid Buu Reportedly Has a Child Abuse Conviction". Complex.com. Retrieved 2020-01-02.
  7. ^ "Who Is Kid Buu? Rapper Who Fought Blac Chyna in Hotel Has a Criminal Record, Claims He's a Clone". Yahoo.com.
  8. ^ "Kid Buu: Mu Name, Pink Hair and Fangs are Based on Dragon Ball Z Character (Part 3)". YouTube. 2018-09-17. Retrieved 27 October 2019.
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