Markquez Lao Santiago (born April 11, 1988), better known by his stage name Kid Buu (previously known as Humongous The God) is a Canadian rapper and singer known for his songs "Death 2 SoundCloud", "Dead Roses" and "Poppa". He is also known for the controversy regarding his claims that he is a clone and a child abuser.
Why He and His Songs Suck
- He says that he is a clone, just to hide his past as a robber and a child abuser.
- He is simply copying every trend in rap.
- All his projects were poorly received.
- His awful songs like Billie
- He's 33 and he acts like a 20-year-old Soundcloud rapper.
- He showed his "clone" on Instagram live which was just a prerecorded video of him edited beside the live video.
- No originality in his music. He rips off other rappers styles including XXXTentacion, Lil Skies, Lil Uzi Vert, Trippie Redd, Smokepurpp, Ski Mask The Slump God, NAV, and Lil Keed. Not to mention that his name is a complete rip-off to Kid Buu from Dragon Ball Z.
- His rapping voice is annoying and uninteresting.
- His XXL Freshman Pitch was terrible.
- He looks to much like 6ix9ine
- Hypocrisy: He can collab with Ski Mask, but not his friends. He accused Trippie Redd for stealing his song "I Try" and Trippie responded with a video dismissing the accusations and saying Kid Buu originally wanted to be featured on the song but his verse was really bad. Juice also makes a cameo where he is laughing.
- Like another rapper, all his album covers depict as a cartoon.
- His beats are decent.
- He has some good songs like "Double Up", "Dinero", "Blunt", "Greener Days" and "Rockstar Life".
- He is still better than this atrocity.
- His depictions of cartoons are better than his.
- Blind For Love (2018)
- Revenge of the Clones (2019)
- Blind For Love 2 (2019)
- Blind For Love 3 (2020)
- 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)