Tag: Young Buck
As Hip-Hop Kings fans were made aware, 50 Cent’s latest single “This is Murder Not Music” used Brown Bag AllStars own Audible Doctor’s beat, and now we have the official remix which features Young Buck which I wanted to post. Audible Doctor has worked with some high profile artists over the past few years, with 50 Cent topping the list, and it shows the direction and ambition of the Audible Doctor and how he plans to continue in 2014. Please feel free to browse the Hip-Hop Kings archives for more Audible Doctor music. However, you can listen to 50 Cent ft Young Buck – This is Murder not Music Remix (produced by Audible Doctor) on the audio player below.
Young Buck is currently prepping his upcoming mixtape “Back On My Buck Shit Vol. 3″, and Buck has released this new video for his song “I’m Taxin”.
David Darnell Brown (born March 15, 1981), also known as Young Buck, is an American Southern rapper. Buck is a former member of the New York City-based Hip-Hop group G-Unit.
Around the age of twelve, Brown was a gangsta turned rapper, Brown began rapping because he was inspired by a Miami friend named McClea, jealous of McClea’s talent and wanted to beat him no matter what he had to give up, at the same time McClea moved to Tallahassee, Fl Brown began recording in a real studio. Shortly thereafter, he was given an opportunity to perform to Brian “Baby” Williams, co-founder of Cash Money Records.
Young Buck is currently affiliated with 5-2 Hoover Gangster Crips
After several years on and off of Cash Money Records, Brown and fellow rapper Juvenile decided to leave the label for good in 2000 and went to UTP Records, where he stayed until 2003. His deal with UTP later led to a meeting with New York rapper 50 Cent who later signed Buck to G-Unit Records, under Interscope Records.
Aspiring Hip-Hop producers listen closely. Real Talk Entertainment have recently released Young Buck‘s latest album “The Rehab” which incredibly made it to number six on the Billboard Rap Charts. Young Buck is now giving fans the opportunity to produce the official remix to the single “Ya Better Know It”. The winning song will be released via Real Talk Entertainment, and to enter please simply email email@example.com. You will be sent the official Young Buck “Ya Better Know It” acapella, and make sure to include “Real Talk Entertainment Contest” in the email header. You can download Young Buck‘s latest album “The Rehab” from the link below.
I’m genuinely surprised to see another track from Young Buck, in all fairness to the guy he must be working pretty hard in recording and releasing music to the masses. Even though his credibility was reduced to shreds with the infamous phone call, Young Buck is still a great artist. “Court Date” is the new track which isn’t actually aimed towards 50 Cent or G Unit, and the track has the hunger, gangster, and swagger that reminds me of “Thou Shall” on the “Straight Outta Cashville” album in 2005. You can listen to Young Buck – Court Date on the player below.
Young Buck is certainly hitting 2010 hard, proving a point that he is still a relevant recording artist in today’s Hip-Hop world. Young Buck has previously sparked discussion across the Internet with the two diss tracks aimed towards 50 Cent and G Unit called “Happy New Year” and “Steroids“. The new track Do It For Ya is another recording from Young Buck, which is been passed around the Internet at a rapid pace. You can listen to Young Buck – Do It For Ya on the player below.
I guess saying Happy New Year wasn’t enough for former G-Unit man Young Buck. A recent diss towards 50 Cent and companions sparked much interest over the Internet, however the general feeling that 50 wouldn’t respond has been correct so far. To catalyse the situation further, Young Buck has released another record titled Steroids. It doesn’t take a genius to work out how he selected the name, however it’s sure to perhaps prompt 50 Cent to respond. You can listen to Young Buck – Steroids on the player below.
This is a brand new track from former G Unit member Young Buck, which is titled sarcastically Happy New Year. The Young Buck track is a diss record towards G Unit in a sure attempt to spark a response from lead artist 50 Cent. Young Buck was infamously recorded giving 50 Cent an emotional phone call, which ultimately started the tension between both sides. Various tracks have been recorded in the past, however we don’t expect to hear a response from 50 Cent or G Unit on this occassion. You can listen to Young Buck – Happy New Year (G Unit Diss) on the player below