If most people in the industry went through what Young Buck has been through, it would be a wrap. I mean, did anyone think they’d be able to take Buck seriously after 50 leaked that now-infamous voice mail? However, as of late Buck has been Back on His Buck Sh*t, which also happens to be the title of the second volume of his mixtape series, set to drop soon. (See what I did there?) The Memphis native comes correct on his new record Bike Night, similar to several other leaks throughout the first quarter of 2010 (see Who’s Winnin, No Excuses, etc.). With some bangin, bluesy production by J. Clyde, who also masterminded Buck’s Happy New Year (G-Unit Diss), and three minutes of high caliber lyricism from Buck, maybe it’s time for 50 and the rest of us to start giving the man some credit. Will everyone in the Booth go crazy for Bike Night? No, but if this is any indication of Back on My Buck Sh*t (Vol. 2)’s quality, then Buck can count on me for a download. How bout you?
Written by JRTheWriter on 04/8/10
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