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Bueno biography

Bueno references: 1.) Sacramento rapper BUENO; and 2.) Arizona punk band Bueno. 1.) He hails from Sacramento California. He goes by the name of BUENO. He was raised in the mean streets of South Sacramento in the Meadowview Carella Gardens Low Income Housing. This future Hip-Hop extraordinaire has been perfecting his craft for over a decade. Nothing could stop this lyricist from his one true love, Hip-Hop. Former high school basketball superstar and college graduate, BUENO could no longer ignore his identity in the entertainment business. In 2001 BUENO formed Noyz Music Group with Michael “Yogi” Stewart, George Foreman Jr. and now Co-CEO Lavega Sims. Noyz Music Group continues to work aggressively to get BUENO’s music heard around the world. BUENO’s approach to music is to help open the eyes of the masses to the realities of those people who struggle with inner city life. It is their stories and personal experiences which drives his aggressive approach and his determination to bring Hip Hop back to its purest form. He credits his musical influences as being 2Pac, NWA, Scarface, Slick Rick, Biggie and Run DMC. By 2003, the buzz about BUENO had created a strong following in the Northern California area. His first nationally distributed project, Change The Game (NMG), dropped in 2003. It featured fellow Northern California Hip-Hop icons such as E-40, Keak Da Sneak, and the late great Mac Dre. It was considered an instant regional classic. BUENO has opened up for acts like David Banner, Rick Ross, K-CI and JoJo, Mac Dre, Xzibit, Jaheim, E40, Suga Free, Keak Da Sneak and others. He has had much success in the mixtape phenomenon and can be heard on compilations such as Exclusive Mixtape Collector’s Edition Vol. I, I Love This Game Mixtape Collector’s Edition Vol. II, Gunz-N-Butta Mixtape Collector’s Edition Vol. III, and Welcome to Mackramento Mixtape Collector’s Edition Vol. IIII. The Sacramento B project was released Spring of 2007 and featured The Federation, San Quinn, and Atlantic recording artist Mistah F.A.B. Stay tuned for his highly anticipated NMG/SMC/Fontana Distribution worldwide debut, "Cant Knock The Hustle", coming in 2009. With quality production, the support of his loyal fans and his consistent commitment to music, this lyricist is sure to be the next big thing in Hip-Hop. 2.) There is also a punk band named Bueno, from Prescott, Arizona. Bueno released two albums - 1999's Finding Humor in the Tragedy and 2000's Nothing New For Trash Like You - on Volcom Records. Singer, guitarist and songwriter Brian Gianelli tragically drowned in December 2004. In 2009, Volcom reissued Nothing New For Trash Like You, with three new songs credited to All Autonomy, the name the band began using after drummer Chris Ozuna joined.

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