Warrbuckss / Press

“HipHopOklahoma: Warrbuckss: Perfecting Perfection.....”

“Warrbuckss: Thunder City "Next In Line"”

“Rapping might have started off as a joke for Oklahoma City native Waylon Clark, who performs as Warrbuckss, but he’s gotten seriously good. ”

“ Seldom you hear about hip-hop artist from Oklahoma City. Warrbuckss is looking to change that trend. As a self promoting indie artist his potential is proven with these two records. Though the Thunder took a tough loss last night the city is obviously still winning. Remember where you herd it first. Check his site out at http://www.warrbuckss.com/ and follow him @Warrbuckss on twitter. #Holla...”

“Born and raised in Oklahoma City WBX is known for his no holds barred lyrics and nasty style. He has created a buzz on the scene over the last year dropping several mix-tapes and sharing the stage with national acts such as Killer Mike, Pac Div, Cyhi Da Prynce, Dee1, Ke$ha, Mickey Avalon & Asher Roth. Although only really rapping a few years now Warrbuckss has always been inspired by hip-hop since a young age. He grew up on the classics and sites Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Tribe Called Quest & Ghetto Boys as his early influences. Warrbuckss said “The main artists that truly influenced my style are Ol’ Dirty, Snoop, Devin The Dude & Andre 3k. Not that I sound like any of them but they really inspired me because they have a unique style all their own.” Nothing is of limits to Warrbuckss in his music from talking about being a father, sexual exploits, His weight or Age. He doesn’t seem to mind the fact he’s a little bit older than most MC’s. ” (cont.) ”

“Not every rapper is cut from the same mold and Waylon Clark " aka Daddy WarrBuckss " has taken one of the more unconventional routes to finding his flow in the Oklahoma City rap scene. The emcee's path began with a traveling troupe of bluegrass musicians. "I grew up around music. My parents were in bluegrass, which is obviously another end of the spectrum, but my dad, my grandpa, my brother " they were all traveling while playing bluegrass music," Clark said. "That helped me because I have a wide spectrum of music I like, as well as understanding production and how to survive in the music industry." Clark formed Freaksho with Chad Hoskins " aka DJ Sloppy " when he lived in Dallas. At first, the sole intention was to start a party rap group focused on having fun, regardless of where the members were playing or who might be in the crowd. (cont.)”