Set The Pick (Unreleased)
Originally set to arrive on Monday, DJ Whoo Kid’s unreleased Lost Flash Drive mixtape with G-Unit hasn’t see the light of day yet, and is reportedly now dropping tomorrow (8/30). But while we wait, Whoo Kid decides to share one of the tracks to hold us over in the meantime called “Set The Pick” featuring Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Kidd Kidd & Tony Yayo.
Young Buck Feat. Young Dolph & Starlito
Even though Young Buck might have to spend the next 7 months behind bars for violating probation, new music from the G-Unit rapper continues to finds its way online. Following last month’s release “The Get Back,” another record from Buck has surfaced online today called “Streets Sour” featuring Young Dolph & Starlito.
The Get Back
Young Buck hasn’t said all that he wants. Just 24 hours after releasing the record “Riot,” which addressed the injustices plaguing America following the senseless killings of Alton Sterling & Philando Castile, the G-Unit member decides to follow that up by getting a few more things off his chest with another similar record titled “The Get Back.”
We already received a couple new songs from Jay Z & Swizz Beats tonight addressing the senseless deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, but now G-Unit’s Young Buck is taking on the subject matter with the release of his own called “Riot.”
Money TTG Feat. Young Buck
Money TTG is fresh off of releasing his new project 4 & A Split, and today he's released the first single, which pairs him with the always impressive Young Buck. With Buck serving as something of a mentor to Tennessee by way of Indiana rapper throughout his come-up, the song serves as something of a passing of the torch. The two sound very natural on the record together, proving their long-standing chemistry.
50 Cent Feat. Boosie Badazz & Young Buck
Boosie gave us quite a scare a few weeks back, revealing that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Yesterday, we got some great news -- that Boosie's surgery had gone well, and that the cancer had been successfully removed from his kidney.
Young Buck Feat. DJ Whoo Kid
Young Buck is keeping fans waiting for his 10 Pints mixtape, hosted by DJ Whoo Kid, but in the meantime he lets us premiere a new leak off the mixtape. The leak is all about what Buck knows best, flipping birds and getting that work. With a catchy sample looping throughout the song, this song is ready to soundtrack your Friday night. Fellow G-Unit member 50 Cent is also keeping fans waiting on a mixtape, The Kanan Tape; who do you expect to drop first?
It's All On Me (Remix)
While we await for his 10 Pints mixtape to arrive (which will hopefully be sooner than later), Young Buck decides to hold us over with a new freestyle he did over BJ The Chicago Kid’s Compton cut “It's All On Me”.
Young Buck has been the most consistent member of G-Unit over the last year or so, not only dropping music on a regular basis, but generally outshining his peers when they collaborate. His latest record comes with a pummeling beat from Bandplay, as Buck delivers his equally nimble and aggressive flows.
Well it looks like Rozay’s mention of Young Buck & 50 Cent on his track “Wing Stop” earlier this week didn’t sit too well with the G-Unit members as today Buck decides to fire back with a claimed “non-diss record” titled “Loco”.
Obie Trice Feat. Young Buck & Tone Tone
On August 7, Obie Trice will finally be releasing his first album since 2012’s Bottoms Up called The Hangover. Led by the single “Good Girls,” The Hangover will contain 14 records in total and feature guest appearances from Estelle, Young Buck, Tone Tone, Young Zeether, and more.
Young Buck Feat. Jadakiss
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
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
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.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Young Buck, Freeway & Fame
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
Young Buck Feat. D Strap
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.
Ca$his Feat. Young Buck, Arez Cobain & June B
Irvine, CA rapper Ca$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
Young Buck & Skoop
"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.
DJ Funky Feat. Young Buck, Problem, Troy Ave & T'Melle
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”.
Young Buck Feat. Troy Ave & 50 Cent
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.