Young Buck's been on a roll this week, dropping both "Gas Up" with Cap 1 and "Anybody" with CUB and The City Paper within 24 hours of each other. Today, he's back with yet another. "Wasted" is taken from CUB and Bandplay's new tape, Active, which has Buck guesting on a few tracks.
This morning, Young Buck dropped off a new track called "Gas Up" that featured Cap 1, and now he's back with another. "Anybody" is a trunk rattler that features CUB (da CookUp Boss) and Tha City Paper.
While the rest of G-Unit has been relatively silent as of late, Young Buck continues to drop new music on a regular basis. The latest track to hit the web from the emcee is "Around Me." Featuring Tha City Paper, the bass-heavy record is not currently attached to any larger project.
Young Buck continues his hot streak with a new record today featuring his G-Unit affiliates (although this has not been labeled as G-Unit record), 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. "Bring My Bottles" definitely takes us back to Unit days, with the piano key melody and Buck's killer hook.
Young Buck has been easily the most productive member of G-Unit, and arguably the most consistently impressive in recent months. While the rest of his crew have been contributing to group tracks on a regular basis, Buck has made sure to double his output with barrages of solo material.
Young Buck promises he can get you whatever you need for the low. The G-Unit rapper has really been impressing us lately, not only with his verses on the Unit records, but his recent drops like "No Handouts." Buck is sounding hungry.
When he’s not busy cookin’ up new material with his G-Unit homies, Young Buck is steady working on some solo projects. Today, the Tennessee rapper delivers the full version of his song "Gettin Back", which comes in just days after he dropped off “Fye”.
Young Buck has arguably had some of the best verses on the recent string of G-Unit freestyles, and it hasn't slowed his solo output either. Today, the rapper delivers an aggressive new track, "Fye", yet another strong showing from the rapper.
Young Buck continues to feed the streets with new content. After delivering freestyles to “Walk Thru”, “I Be On That”, & “Worst Behavior” to name a few, the ex G-Unit member decides to tackle Nicki Minaj & Soulja Boy’s latest release "Yasss Bitch".
Young Buck has teamed up Ky-Mani Marley for his latest cut, a new kush-smoking anthem called "Smoke".
Buck has been very prolific since his release from prison, and while most of his output has been freestyle-based, the rapper has come through with a few original tracks-- this being one of them.
Young Buck seems to be announcing his return to music, and dropping chilly tracks like this one seems the way to go. After leaving G-Unit and filing for Chapter 10 bankruptcy, the rapper seems to be on the come back trail.
After giving us last week's track "Runnin That Check Up", Young Buck decides to release another one of his remixes today by adding a new verse to Rich Homie Quan's "Walk Thru". No word on if these recent remix's from Buck will make for a project or not.
Listen and download the remix below.
Young Buck shows no signs of slowing down. For his latest remix, Buck decides to jump Weezy and Gudda Gudda's "Gunwalk" record which is produced by OGK Beats. Listen and download the new cut below.
How does this compare to Young Buck's previous work?
Check out Fuck You (Remix), the latest from Young Buck. The track was released on Tuesday, January 14th, 2014. Young Buck's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Fuck You (Remix) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
New day, new remix from Young Buck. This time around, the Nashville artist decides to jump on Meek Mill's "I Be On That" record. If your wondering, this is Buck's 8th remix of the new year. Listen and download the cut below.
Let us know what you think, folks.
Bump The Devil Is A Lie (Remix), the latest cut from Young Buck. It was released on Tuesday, January 7th, 2014. Things are improving for Young Buck with each new offering, and The Devil Is A Lie (Remix) is certainly no exception.