Regan Farquhar, born February 12, 1978, better known as Busdriver, an American rapper and producer. He is from Los Angeles, California. He has worked with many rappers, including Nocando and Open Mike Eagle, 2Mex and Radioinactive. Boom Bip and Daedelus were his primary producers. D-Styles has also collaborated with him on two albums. Regan Farquhar was conceived in Los Angeles on February 12, 1978. [1] His father Ralph Farquhar wrote the 1985 film Krush Groove. He introduced him to hip-hop at an early age. Farquhar began rapping at age nine. At 13 years old, he was a member of the group 4/29. This was inspired by 1992 Los Angeles riots. He joined Project Blowed at 16 years old. Busdriver’s solo album Temporary Forever was released in 2002. He released Cosmic Cleavage, his solo album, on Big Dada in 2004. Busdriver released RoadKillOvercoat, an album on Epitaph Records in 2007. Anti- also released Jhelli Beam in 2009, his solo album. He was the executive producer for Thirsty Fish’s 2009 album Watergate. Busdriver released Computer Cooties, a mixtape for free in 2010. He also formed Physical Forms in 2010 with Jeff Byron, a former member from The Mae Shi. Physical Forms released a split 7 inch single, Hoofdriver with Deerhoof, on Polyvinyl Records. Flash Bang Grenada is another Busdriver project, which was a collaboration between the rapper Nocando. In 2011, the duo released their debut album, 10 Haters on Hellfyre Club. In 2012, Busdriver released Beaus$Eros, his solo album on Fake Four Inc. He released Arguments with Dreams, a free EP later that year. He released Perfect Hair on Big Dada in 2014. Busdriver was featured in Flying Lotus’ 2017 feature film Kuso, his directorial debut. [15] He released Electricity Is On Our Side in 2018, on Temporary Whatever. From Wikipedia

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