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 featured Throwback Thursday song is the actual song, Buck the World. The song features Lyfe Jennings on the hook and it’s a great track. Even though it’s one of the best tracks, Young Buck didn’t release it as a single. Just like his debut album, Buck the World went on to go platinum.
Buck the World featured 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg and of course, Lyfe Jennings. The album felt like a southern album with Jeezy, Bun B, Trick Daddy, T.I., Pimp C and 8Ball & MJG on it. The album is really dope and one that still gets much play. Buck the World should be in your collection or at least stream it from somewhere like Spotify or Apple Music. Either way, check out the featured track above and tell me what you think about it.