Since his escape from the sinking ship known as G-Unit, Young Buck has been busy making moves behind the scenes. Now back on his grind, the Buck looks to reincarnate his career with a string of brand new tracks and a mixtape that is tentatively set to drop later this month. On his latest record, I Want It All, Buck throws a little salt on 50 Cent and his cohorts. In fact, this recession-proof track is a direct answer to anyone who has been wondering what the embattled rapper has been up to since 50 ousted him from the crew via his ThisIs50.com website. Over straight-to-the-point production from producer Real Talk, the Ten-A-Key bad boy is back and more rebellious than ever before.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 11/10/08
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