Since 50 Cent announced that Young Buck had been dropped from the G-Unit group, but remained signed as a solo artist, fans have been wondering whether the relationship would ever mend to the point that Buck would be able to release another solo album. In any case, it’s safe to assume that the Cashville native doesn’t give a Buck about his major-label career. Why would that be so? ‘Cause he’s so head-over-heels for his street roots that his favorite sound is the “ping-ping” of shell casings hitting the pavement—as he says, ya Gotta Love It! As the rapper reminisces about his first love, Bellyflop serves up a reflective, downtempo beat that makes the record perfect background music for just about any activity. Though the names Curtis Jackson, Christopher Charles Lloyd, and Marvin Bernard are likely to inspire automatic one-stars from many Booth-heads, fans can rest assured that David Darnell Brown won’t stop making quality street music anytime soon.
Written by Burmy on 05/5/09
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"I Know You Want Me" (2006)
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