Following the disappointing sales of Young Buck’s sophomore album, Buck The World, the Nashville-born MC spoke openly about his frustrations over the promotion of the album and the choices made for second and third singles. Now distancing himself from the project and looking towards the future, the G-Unit member has released the street-ready slash commercially-credible, New York City. Using the melody and chorus from the Phil Collins classic, In The Air Tonight, Buck pays homage to the home of Hip-Hop and those who have paved the way for the entire southern region to benefit. Anxious for more new music form the Cashville Records CEO? G-Unit’s new compilation album, Shoot To Kill, is set for release this spring.
Written by DJ Z on 01/15/08
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