Born in Los Angeles, Regan Farquhar was introduced to hip hop at an early age, his father Ralph Farquhar being the screenwriter for the 1985 film Krush Groove. He began rapping at age 9. By 13, he was part of the group 4/29, which was inspired by the 1992 Los Angeles riots. At 16, he joined the Project Blowed scene.
Busdriver's solo album, Temporary Forever, was released in 2002, followed by Cosmic Cleavage on Big Dada in 2004.


Busdriver released RoadKillOvercoat on Epitaph Records in 2007 plus another solo album, Jhelli Beam, was released on ANTI- in 2009.


Busdriver released a free mixtape Computer Cooties in 2010 and started a band Physical Forms with Jeff Byron, who is a former member of The Mae Shi, in the same year.


Physical Forms released a split 7-inch single, Hoofdriver, with Deerhoof on Polyvinyl Records.
Another of Busdriver's projects is Flash Bang Grenada, a collaboration with the rapper Nocando. The duo released the debut album, 10 Haters, on Hellfyre Club in 2011.


Busdriver's solo album, Beaus$Eros, was released on Fake Four Inc. in 2012 too much critical acclaim and followed it up with the free EP, Arguments with Dreams, later that year.


In 2014, he released Perfect Hair on Big Dada, and toured the album with Clipping and Milo, selling out shows all over the US.

In 2015 Thumbs was released digitally on Busdriver's independent label, Temporary Whatever that included Guest collaborations with Del the Funky Homosapien, milo and Anderson .Paak.

The production is from a wide array of producers, such as Kaveh Rastegar, Mono/Poly and Busdriver himself.

He has collaborated with rappers such as Myka 9, Nocando, 2Mex and Ellay Khule and has primarily been produced by Daedelus, Boom Bip, Daddy Kev, Loden, Paris Zax, Omid and Nobody. He has also worked with D-Styles on two albums. Driver has also done collaborations with Modeselektor, Son Lux, Latyrx, Kool AD, Lapalux, Sonnymoon, P.O.S, and others on various albums.

Most recently, Bus co starred in the Brainfeeder/Flying Lotus film KUSO which premiered at Sundance this year and was deemed one of the most shocking films ever shown at the festival after portions of audience members walked out early into the films screening, proclaiming it to be 'disgusting'.

Busdriver continues to compile music for multiple upcoming releases while running his imprint Temporary Whatever and recording live episodes of his award winning podcast Free Black Press Radio on a frequent basis.

10th Letter is a South Carolina-born and now Atlanta-based producer and multi-instrumentalist.

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