Neef Buck (born Hanif Muhammad on March 30, 1983 in West Philadelphia) has been a force in the entertainment industry for nearly 20 years. By the age of 16, his indisputable talent would have him become an essential asset to the Roc-A-Fella dynasty domination. Neef Buck and his childhood friend Young Chris, later formed the Grammy Award-nominated rap duo Young Gunz. The Label, Rocafella Records, then produced a new phenomenon known as the group, State Property. Later, the group moved up to the big screen and created two movies, “State Property” and “State Property 2”. Staring all of its group members, the movies were a success on the big screen and a must see for people in their hometown of Philadelphia.
Roc-A-Fella Records and its influence would assist in crafting the Young Gunners to create music like “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop”, one of the many extraordinary singles from the Young Gunz’ debut album Tough Luv released in 2004; bringing the rap duo to the forefront attention of the streets and clinching the #3 spot on Billboard’s Top 200 list that year.The two also was Grammy nominated for “Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group”, BMI award recipient top 40 radio hot single. In 2005, the duo released their second (and final) project under Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam, titled Brothers from Another – clinching the #15 spot in its first week on Billboards list.
Now, Neef Buck and Young Chris are both now independent and of course, still friends. They are both working on their own brands and sharing their talents with the world, especially, in their city. His current numerous amount of independent albums, FDM(Forever Do Me) 1 through 9 are available on all digital platforms. He also jumped into the fashion industry with his wide assortment of clothing for both the ladies and men in 2014. After his busy days and late nights, he still is quite the humanitarian. With his immense heart and loving nature, he still reaches back to his community and remains a humble being. With his great exuberance and sophistication, Neef still lights up the stage and gets the crowds going at concerts, festivals, touring and special appearances today, in 2018.