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DJ Scream & DJ Smallz presents Young Buck: Back On My Buck Shit

After being dropped from G-Unit everyone thought Young Buck was done. But in an attempt to keep his name ringing bells in the streets Buck Marley dropped Back For The Streets. On it he sounded like he left that G’d up swagger back at his old G-Unit digs. A very far cry from his Straight Outta Cashville banger. His flow was dumbed down and his content was more Cash Money-ish than it was gutter. Someone must’ve sent him a memo and complained—like I did—cause he’s back with some crack that’ll have Bobby and Whitney reunited (and it feels soo gooood).

The Cashville representative took it back to his “Buck the world” style with his middle finger up on joints like “What They Talk About,” “Lose My Mind” and “Way Out Here.” On the Lil Wayne featured, “Ups and Downs” Buck reflects on a hard knock life talking about, “Stealin’ niggas cars, just trying to get my bread right/the bed bugs bite every night/no water no light.” If you grew up in the ghetto, there’s no way you cannot relate to those first few lines.

On “Letter To The Labels” Buck takes the time to let these major labels know when he says, “Atlantic don’t panic/Buck still standing/Let Lyor know when I’m landin’/Jive I survive—politics, labels going broke/Jimmy really didn’t wanna let me go from Interscope/Universal, come to my rehearsal/bring ya check book, you know what I can earn you/I can be a weapon to Cap Fit/Obama to Asylum/a C.T.E. dream/a Grand Hustle king/Roc Nation rock star, Jigga know what I mean/and Sony need anything on the big screen.”

While most of his beats sound southern generic (“I Just Done It,” “Everything On Sale,” & “30 Birds Away”), Buck still goes in something horrible on them. Buck has a style that can actually make him all of those things he said on “Letter To The Labels.” His first album still gets major burn in my stereo and iPod because it was tough as nails, but he can still flip a verse for the ladies like he did on “Wanna Get To Know You.” All this man needs is a versatile producer(s) (Cookin’ Soul anyone??) and watch him blow to the point where Boston George used to be.-The Infamous O

Hottest Joint: “Ups and Downs”

Weakest Joint: “I Just Done It”

  • Pierzy

    What’s poppin’ O…

    I was listening to this earlier this morning. It’s actually a good disc. I think it’s better than “Buck The World” but nowhere near “Straight Outta Cashville.” All in all, it’s definitely better than I would’ve thought…

    • DetroitDraper

      Buck the World was a better disc than Straight Outta Cashville. I think more props are given because it was his first solo but man that buck the world was a classic. “Slow Your Roll”, “Puff Puff Pass”, “Hold On” nice 50 assist, and “Buck the world”. IDK maybe its just me but that first disc was the shit when it came out but it gets no play anymore. Who agrees/Disagrees?

  • O

    Yeah, Buck had the best album on G-Unit after Get Rich and Documentary. But EVERYONE slept on it. On the low Buck is one of the illest from the south right now…

    • DetroitDraper

      IDK why the Massacre never get its just due. It was actually a better record than GRODT just not as great as the anticipation that GRODT had.

      • O

        Massacre was NOWHERE near as dope as GRODT. I’m sorry, kid. I cannot agree. I and damn near everyone I know was hella disappointed in The Massacre.

    • http://www.smh.com Sleeze Money

      Straight Outta Cashville went double platinum. How’s that getting slept on?

      • O

        My bad, never got the soundscan on that album.

  • gkid12345

    so by saying jimmy aint really wanna let me go does that mean he’s a free agent???

  • kelito-vision

    real talk….i take Straight outta Cashville over Get Rich and Documentary…not saying Buck’s a better rapper than Game or 50, but Straight Outta Cashville was better than both of their debuts….

  • avon

    yo cash money used to drop gutta shit ever heard of bg (checkmate,all on u 1 and 2,choppa city,gorilla warfare) but yeah buck be going hard i aint heard this joint yet but imma check it out if any of the cleveland bootleggers still take the time to burn buck shit

  • O

    I think Get Rich and Documentary were more well rounded albums than Straight Outta Cashville, but Buck went in HARDER than most on that album. Crazy slept on. That album should’ve went at least double platinum…

  • BeerGangsta

    Cry baby back again. I am in his sorry azz city right know. He is a know body. Beg to get back in G-Unot. Fucker admit that he is confused and retartid. Read the Bible you need God bad.

    • General

      WTF are you on 50′s dick??? Everybody knows that Buck is the hottest thing G-Unit had left…

  • brand-new

    GET EM’ BUCK!!!!!!!

  • brand-new

    i gotta co-sign detriot, buck the world was hot, it’s hard to say which disc was better, both had some classic tracks. he made better albums than the rest of g-unit, banks was always just a good mixtape rapper

  • corlione39

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  • BeerGangsta

    Buck is getting Buck! Fucker in so much debts with 50. They won’t make songs together no more. 50 won’t take him 2 court. He will just get the money he owe him on they terms. Learn how 2 read a contract Buck before signing the shit. Me and you from the same State. You are embrassing the State of Ten-A-Key. I need you to be a real Cashville Soilder. Stop that dam crying.

  • smh

    BEER you sound like a hoe ass nigga. Who gives a shit about that nigga crying. That shit been so long ago that I had forgot about it until yo bitch ass brought it up. Step your spelling game up my nigga. Anyway the mixtape is hot. That nigga Buck went in on every track even if the beat was average. I would love to see that nigga work with Toomp and Shawty Redd. Buck the World might be a more well rounded album than his first one. Buck the World was slept on heavily.

  • ff1one@yahoo.com

    Buck was the realest in G unit and by realest its in context of this disc. No smoke screens. However, I don’t think you gotta be from the ghetto to relate to the music, and i hate that refrence because it pigeon holds an artist to be nothing but ghetto, or hip hop to be nothing but ghetto. Hip hop is an art.

  • J.Frank

    The Mix Tape is bangin.