Young Buck is ready to drop new music. Following suit with his mixtape series theme, the G-Unit soldier announced today (June 20) on Instagram that his newest tape, 10 Bodies, is on the way and he looks pretty hyped about it. In the Insta-vid he posted, Buck is driving around, flashing his grills and reciting a new rap off a song from 10 Bodies, presumably called "The Old Me."

"Let's take it back to my first gram/All I wanted was an OC/'73 with a big motor/Come through looking like the whole key/I'm going back to the old me, old me old me/I'm turning back to the old me."

Prior to 10 Bodies, Buck dropped off three mixtapes in the series during 2015: 10 Bullets in April, 10 Bricks in May and 10 Pints in December. Here's hoping 10 Bodies will be hosted by DJ Whoo Kid like the last three in the series. No word yet on a release date.

Buck's steadfast commitment to feeding the streets through G-Unit South has been commendable given the hot water he found himself in last year. Buck Shotz failed a drug test while on probation last summer and tried to blame it on Snoop Dogg. But instead of facing jail time, Buck was sentenced to rehab. Buck underwent a treatment program, is doing 100 hours of community service and was ordered to pay $7,500. Thankfully, Buck has been working on improving this physical state and his craft, which, if all goes well with this upcoming tape, will turn out to be music to the ears of Buck fans out there — literally. Check out the song snippet above.

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