Key Track: "Let Me In" f/ 50 Cent
No one expected the new kid from Nashville, TN to drop the best non-50 G-Unit album, but that's exactly what happened. By sliding a few Southern hip-hop producers like Three 6 Mafia in with Sha Money's regular NYC beat factory, Buck found a winning formula for gritty, post-regional street rap. Later he would just get so confused. *sob*
YOU AUGHTA KNOW:
Young Buck was originally down with Juvenile's UPT camp, and 50 offered him a deal after Buck worked with the G-Unit on 50 Cent Is the Future.