Buck the World From Young Buck With Lyfe Jennings

It’s Thursday, which means we’re one step closer to Friday and the weekend. My playlist consisted of MC Hammer, Supreme Clientele from Ghostface, Malice-N-Wonderland from Snoop and the Thug Brothers album. One of my personal favorites of the week came from Young Buck. A few years ago, I put together a compilation of some of his greatest hits and Buck is underrated. Straight Outta Cashville was an instant classic and one of the best G-Unit records to come out. The second album, Buck the World was another great album put out by Young Buck. My ... [read more]

Straight Outta Cashville Turns 15 Years Old Today

Straight Outta Cashville is the incredibly dope album Young Buck dropped 15 years ago today. If you didn’t follow Young Buck’s career, he started with Juvenile and his UTP crew. After touring with 50 Cent, Buck went on to sign with G-Unit Records. Young Buck appeared on 50’s classic, Get Rich or Die Trying and was a part of the Beg for Mercy album. Young Buck also appeared on the debut album from Lloyd Banks before getting his shine. G-Unit, The Game, Ludacris, David Banner and Lil Flip all appeared on Straight Outta Cashville. To build ... [read more]

Stunt 101 G Unit for Throwback Thursday

Jay-Z wasn’t the only one celebrating an anniversary yesterday as he released the Black Album 15 years ago. G Unit released their major label debut, Beg for Mercy. 50 Cent set the stage for this release after he dropped Get Rich or Die Trying earlier in the year. During this time, Tony Yayo was locked up and this G Unit album set Lloyd Banks for his debut project, Hunger for More. Stunt 101 was the first single of the album and my Throwback Thursday track. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck dropped the track about six weeks before the album ... [read more]

Young Buck Let Me In for Throwback Thursday

Young Buck was with Juvenile and his UTP click before jumping to G-Unit. After jumping on some mixtapes and he was featured on a track off of Get Rich or Die Trying. Finally, Young Buck releases his debut album, Straight Outta Cashville. The album was really good, and he became my favorite from G-Unit. Recently, I was listening to his Welcome to the Hood mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid and it was amazing. My featured Throwback Thursday track was his debut single, Let Me In. Let Me In featured 50 Cent in the end and it was an instant classic. ... [read more]

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