Young Buck Songs

  • Myself
    Myself
    Young Buck has been the most prolific member of G-Unit recently, and arguably, he's also been releasing the strongest material. His new collaboration with Jadakiss is yet another strong showing from Buck, mainly due to the rapper's uncompromising style, proof that if you work diligently in one lane for long enough, you're bound to master it.
  • Proud Of You
    Proud Of You
    In two days, Young Buck will drop off his highly anticipated 10 Bricks tape with DJ Whoo Kid, and today, we've got one last track to share with you before the project goes live. Following up last week's "One More Night," here's "Proud Of You." 
  • One More Night
    One More Night
    Young Buck impressed us with 10 Bullets, his  DJ Whoo Kid-hosted mixtape from last month, and it appears the G-Unit rapper is planning on turning the concept into something of a series. 10 Bricks, yet another collaboration with Whoo Kid, is due out May 20th, and by the sounds of the first release, it's just as gritty as the last project.
  • Memories
    Memories
    DJ Kay Slay continues to keep the posse cuts coming. After hitting us with tracks like "I Declare War" & "I Love The Game" recently, the NYC DJ decides to come through tonight and do it all over again, this time recruiting Young Buck, Freeway, and Fame (of M.O.P.) for “Memories”.
  • Shoot The Shit
    Shoot The Shit
    When Young Buck says "Shoot The Shit," he means it literally... well the shoot part that is. The rapper has a new mixtape by the name of 10 Bullets on the way, abut this aggressive new record won't actually landing on the DJ Whoo Kid-hosted endeavor-- which stands as just another sign of the rapper's prolific work ethic.
  • Kingpin
    Kingpin
    Irvine, CA rapper Ca$his is gearing up for the release of his 4th studio album The County Hound 3, which is set to drop on April 7, and he's just dropped off "Kingpin", the project's first single. The rap king of Orange County spits on a gritty beat provided by The Coalition & Rikanatti, and invites Young Buck, Arez Cobain, and June B to throw down as well. Though Rikanatti handles the bulk of the production on CH3, the album will also feature production from Eminem, with whom Ca$his has collaborated in the past.
  • Wait On It
    Wait On It
    "Just wait on it" first came up on Drake's verse in Migos' "Versace," but it wasn't long before it became a universal phrase, a promise of great things to come. Not only did Drizzy deliver on the quip with Nothing Was The Same, the ATL trio adopted it as a mantra and proved naysayers wrong when they gave us hit after hit, all that it took was a little patience.
  • Hustla
    Hustla
    DJ Funky is making his HNHH debut tonight, and doing so in grand fashion. Calling on the cast of Young Buck, Problem, Troy Ave, and singer T’Melle for assistance, the ATL deejay decides to come through and end the work week with this new song called “Hustla”.
  • Drug Money
    Drug Money
    50 Cent teased the artwork for this new single on Instagram this morning, and the song was later premiered by DJ Envy on Power 105.1. Fif has quickly uploaded it to Soundcloud so that we can all give it a spin.
  • The Story
    The Story
    All we know about Kray is he's a Washington D.C. rapper who's a part of Fallen Kings Records. The other track we've heard from him is "NoLove," a collaboration with Bizzy Bone of Bone-Thugs-n-Harmony.
  • Exclusive
    Exclusive
    Just last night we got a new leak from Young Buck, with the high-energy banger "Count Me Out." DJ Whoo Kid is back today with yet another leak from the G-Unit member, alongside fellow G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks, Gotti and Lil Reese. "Exclusive" serves as cut from Buck's upcoming Before The Beast mixtape, which we learned about the other day. It's slated to drop in time for the upcoming NBA All-Star Weekend, with a release date of February 12th.
  • Count Me Out
    Count Me Out
    Young Buck has been releasing a ton of new music lately, and he doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon either. After dropping off tracks like “Wasted”, "Gas Up", and "Anybody" just in the past few weeks, the G-Unit affiliate decides to return tonight with another new one called “Count Me Out”.
  • Wasted
    Wasted
    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.
  • Anybody
    Anybody
    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. With a hook reveling in his squad's ability to rob and sell drugs to "Anybody," the track has Buck dominating the first half before handing off the mic to CUB and TCP, both of whom do a great job of matching Buck's skills. 
  • Gas Up
    Gas Up
    Young Buck has had his foot on the pedal ever since the New Year started. This time around, he links up with Cap 1 for "Gas Up".
  • Work
    Work
    Yesterday we got a new record from Project Pat, Young Buck and Big Trill, and the latter two pair up once again on Ca$his' new single "Work," also featuring Sullee J. Ca$his gets production from his usual source, Rikanatti and The Punisher. The single is expected to land on Ca$his' County Hound 3 album, which is on the way. If you're feeling it, you can cop it on iTunes. Let us know what you think of the collabo in the comments.
  • Calico
    Calico
    We've been handling the majority of Project Pat x Big Trill's releases, so why not bring you another? Today we're premiering Project Pat and Big Trill's latest collaboration with G-Unit's hungriest rapper Young Buck. Buck has been killing his verses lately, how'd he do on "Calico"?
  • New Years Cake
    New Years Cake
    While 2014 marked the return of G-Unit, Buck kicks off 2015 solo with "New Years Cake", going in over Drake's "Pound Cake" instrumental.  Not too far removed from the release of his video for "Bring My Bottles" Buck goes back in. Buck hasn't forgotten people had written him off, and that's probably a good thing. He rhymes with the same hunger and aggression he displayed in the earlier days of G-Unit.
  • Empty Cup
    Empty Cup
    It's been a minute since we last heard from Houston’s own Z-Ro, but tonight he’s back impacting our front page. Calling on Young Buck for a feature, Z-Ro comes through and drops off his newest offering “Empty Cup”.
  • Around Me
    Around Me
    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. With his last full-length hitting stores in 2010, he is, however, a bit overdue for a full length. Stay tuned as we continue to cover the release of the tentatively-titled King David, dropping, hopefully, before 2016.
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