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Also known as Turncoat Dirty
Yung Dirt
Born (1985-09-04) September 4, 1985 (age 36)
Richmond County, Georgia, U.S.
Origin Covington, Georgia, U.S.
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 2004–present
Labels Southern Hustlers Inc. 2004
Psycopathic Records 2005–2012; 2013–2015
Independent 2012–2013; 2015–present
Associated acts The Underground Avengers, Psychopathic Rydas, Bukshot, ClaAs, Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Anybody Killa, Axe Murder Boyz, DJ Clay, Big Hoodoo, The Killjoy Club, Crucifix, Zug Izland, Bone Crusher

David Hutto[1] (born September 4, 1985) is an American rapper from Covington, Georgia. Hutto is most commonly known as Boondox, whose stage persona is a 'killer scarecrow', and Turncoat Dirty.


Hutto was originally born in Richmond County, Georgia, but grew up in Covington, Georgia .[2] At the age of two, his uncle tried to kill him by drowning him in a swimming pool.[1][3] Hutto was not popular at his school, frequently got into fights, and experimented with drug use.[1][3] He listened to heavy metal bands such as Iron Maiden, Metallica, and Sepultura, and he played bass guitar in several local metal bands before being a member of "Southern Hustlas Inc." and seeking a solo career as a rapper under the name "Turncoat Dirty".[3]

Signing to Psychopathic, creating Boondox, The Harvest Era (2005–2006)

Hutto caught the attention of Insane Clown Posse while selling his cassettes at one of their concerts. Following several phone calls with group member Joseph Bruce, Hutto was signed to Psychopathic Records, making him the first Southern hip hop performer on the label.[1][2] Bruce and Joseph Utsler helped Hutto create the character Boondox, which took six months to fully develop.[4] Hutto released his first album under the Boondox name, The Harvest, on July 11, 2006. A music video directed by Bruce was filmed for the album's first single, They Pray With Snakes" and Hutto toured with Blaze Ya Dead Homie to promote the album.[2][5] The second music video from the album is "Red Mist" (ft. Twiztid & Blaze Ya Dead Homie).

PunkinHed EP Era (2007)

In 2007, Hutto released the extended play PunkinHed. It peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart and No. 27 on the Top Independent Albums chart.[6] During the same year, he joined Psychopathic Rydas, performing under the name "Yung Dirt".[3]

Krimson Creek Era (2008–2009)

On May 13, 2008, Hutto released his second studio album, Krimson Creek, a more personal work drawing from his past.[3] It peaked No. 1 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, No. 13 on the Top Independent Albums chart, and No. 113 on the Billboard 200.[7] A music video for "Inbred Evil" was released in the summer of 2008.

South of Hell Era (2010–2012)

Hutto released his third studio album, South of Hell, on May 11, 2010.[8] The album also features a documentary directed by Paul Andreson about Hutto's life and the making of the album titled Southern Bled.[8] It was his highest charting album, peaking at #54 in the Billboard 200.

Departure from Psychopathic Records, restarting Turncoat Dirty (2012–2013)

In early 2012 Boondox released 2 songs from his upcoming album. The two songs were "Abaddon" and "Monster". He said they were released as a thank you to all the fans that have stood by him, and have supported him. He said that he has about 10 songs done for the album. In May 2012, Boondox's Twitter account was "hacked", and Hutto announced that he would be leaving Psychopathic because of personal issues, but is still on good terms with the label. He also plans to release a gangsta rap album independently under the alias Turncoat Dirty, and is currently in the production of a new Boondox album.[9] Boondox teamed up with Bukshot and ClaAs to form the group The Underground Avengers, and they released their debut EP, Skarecrows, Weirdos & ClaAsholes at the 2012 GOTJ. It was announced on October 3, 2012 on Boondox's official Twitter page that he will continue rapping as Turncoat Dirty, but will be temporarily finished with the Boondox character at the end of 2012.

In February 2013, Hutto announced that he will be releasing another album as Boondox later this year (T.B.A) and is also working on a new The Underground Avengers album (T.B.A). Both Boondox and The Underground Avengers will appear at the GOTJ this year (2013). In early 2013 2 songs released, credited to Turncoat Dirty, "Hell or Jail".

Return to Psychopathic Records (2013)

It was announced at the Gathering of the Juggalos in 2013 that Boondox is back on the label.[10] Boondox went on the Australian leg of Insane Clown Posse's The Mighty Death Pop! Tour, from December 4, 2013 through December 8, 2013.

In February 2014, during an interview, Boondox, alongside the other 2 members of The Underground Avengers (Bukshot & ClaAs), was asked about his new album on Psychopathic. He said that it was finished and should be out hopefully around April or May 2014. Another question was asked about a new Avengers album and tour, and all seemed uncertain due to all three of them being busy with their own stuff right now, but it was said that if they do, it would be out in the summer of 2014.[citation needed]

Abaddon Era (2014–2015)

In the March 14, 2014 Hatchet Herald it was announced the new Boondox album is titled Abaddon and it will be released on May 13, 2014. No track list has yet to be given, but it is a guess that the album will be the 10 songs he recorded before he left Psychopathic in May 2012, including the songs "Abaddon" and "Monster", and a few new recorded songs. That is still unknown. To promote the album Boondox announced on his official Twitter, that he will be going on tour titled "The Wormwood Tour" soon with Aqualeo & Bukshot, the tour also featured rapper/singer Crucifix who collaborated on the song "Betrayal". On April 18, 2014 the tracklist for Abaddon was released. The album will feature guest appearances from artists such as Big Hoodoo, Violent J, Crucifix, Insane Clown Posse, Jelly Roll, Demi Demaree & Syn. The album does include the 2 songs "Abaddon" and "Monster". During his 2014 GOTJ seminar he announced that he is going to not do a Turncoat Dirty album because something bad always happens, also he is doing a project with Crucifix, who was featured on the song "Betrayal" off Boondox's last album Abaddon, and did a single with Boondox and Bukshot titled "Don't Stop", which was a cover of Journey's hit song "Don't Stop Believin'".[11] He also stated that his next album will be the most "wickedest, darkest shit he can possibly come up with". Boondox went on "The Family Fun Time Tour" with Anybody Killa and Big Hoodoo from November 26 – December 31, 2014. The tour also featured a 2 song set by ABK & Big Hoodoo group (Tha Hav Knots).

Boondox will be going on tour with Majik Ninja Entertainment and former Psychopathic Records artist Blaze Ya Dead Homie, on MNE's first tour and the first PSY/MNE Tour, titled "Back From The Dead Tour" which kicks off February 14, 2015 and coinsides with Twiztid's "Be My Bloody Valentine Show" and concludes March 11, 2015. Boondox will be going back on tour with Blaze Ya Dead Homie and MNE's third tour, and the second "Psychopathic Records/Majik Ninja Entertainment Tour", titled, "The Underground Assault Tour", which takes place in Australia from June 25, 2015 through June 28, 2015. They will be accompanied on the tour by Australian native Kid Crusher. Boondox will go on the third "Psychopathic Records/Majik Ninja Entertainment Tour", titled "Welcome To The Underground Tour" with Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Prozak, Wolfpac and Scum, scheduled for Fall 2015. Boondox has also stated that he is close to begin work on new music. During his GOTJ 2014 seminar he was asked if he was leaving Psychopathic Records to sign with Majik Ninja Entertainment, and he replied that "it was all speculation". He also stated in his seminar that he is working on his new album, and that it is mostly being produced by Seven.

Leaving Psychopathic Again (2015 - present)

During Insane Clown Posse's 2015 Gathering of the Juggalos seminar on July 24, 2015, they announced that Boondox had left Psychopathic Records to sign with Majik Ninja Entertainment. Boondox stated in his 2015 GOTJ seminar that his upcoming album is mostly being produced by Seven.

On October 20, 2015 on his Facebook account, Boondox made it clear that he has left Psychopathic since May 2015, but has not signed with Majik Ninja Entertainment nor is he in negotiations to sign with them.

On January 9, 2016 it was announced that Boondox will be on the Canadian Juggalo Invasion Tour. The tour will feature sets by Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox & Lex "The Hex" Master. The tour is set to take place in March/April 2016. The next day on January 10, 2016 it was announced that Boondox will also be on the Juggalo Invasion: 420 Weekend Tour and will have sets by Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Boondox, Lex "The Hex" Master, The R.O.C., AJAX & Insane E. The tour will run from April 22, 2016 through April 24, 2016. In late February/early March 2016 it was announced that Boondox was headed from Seattle to Detroit to do some more recording for his upcoming album. In a April 21, 2016 Force Five News interview with Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Boondox, Boondox stated that he has been working with Seven from Strange Music Inc. It was als hinted at that Boondox will sign with Majik Ninja Entertainment, at the end of the interview the reporter asked ("Now Boondox I'm not saying anything about you signing with MNE right now, am I"? - Boondox sits and smiles).

Style and influences

Hutto's music is rooted heavily in Southern hip hop, but also contains elements of country-rap, horrorcore and rap rock.[1][12][13] His lyrics also center around Southern culture.[1] Hutto cites Insane Clown Posse as an influence on the horrorcore style of his lyrics.[1]




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  9. Exclusive Boondox Interview – March 13th, 2012
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  13. Listen to Krimson Creek by Boondox

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