Though Young Buck‘s career impasse wears on, he’s already made it halfway to freedom. Fresh off his release from Interscope Records, Buck is continuing to cater to the nationwide underground (but particularly focusing on his home state of Tennessee). On this new cut, however, the rapper takes aim at a different scene, letting listeners know that their favorite nightspots are nothing “Without Me.” The Cashvillian’s big talk is backed up by some support from the other side of the Volunteer State; Memphis’ 8Ball & MJG live up to their legendary reputation on the guest verse tip, but the real MVP is producer-on-the-rise Drumma Boy, whose Dirty South boardwork speaks for itself. Though it’s still unknown which project, if any, Without Me will appear on, Tennessean’s are sure to rally behind the hard-hitting cut—go Titans!
Written by Burmy on 07/2/09
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