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Could Young Buck make a Comeback?

div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-v3Dwi52rHjY/TocGUBKeYdI/AAAAAAAAFMY/hJXlyZf_1fA/s1600/Young+Buck+2.jpg” imageanchor=”1″ style=”clear: left; cssfloat: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ kca=”true” src=”http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-v3Dwi52rHjY/TocGUBKeYdI/AAAAAAAAFMY/hJXlyZf_1fA/s1600/Young+Buck+2.jpg” //a/divstrongBy The Hip Hop Writer/strongbr /strongHip Hop Vibe Staff Writer/strongbr /br /For a brief period of time, Young Buck was well on his way to becoming one of the biggest rappers in the game. Much of this success was due to his part in 50 Cent’s G-Unit group. 50 Cent had risen to take over the game, in 2003, and he introduced his team later that year. Placing his team on songs with high-profile artists and in music videos helped raise their visibility.br /br /In 2004, G-Unit Records released the debut albums from Lloyd Banks, the original G-Unit member, and Young Buck. Debuting late in the summer of 2004, Young Buck easily won fans over. While his G-Unit connections led fans to him, it was his own style, which kept fans. The pleas of his debut single, “Let Me In,” proved how hungry he was.br /br /Three years passed before Young Buck released his second album. By this time, the popularity of 50 Cent and G-Unit had waned. Young Buck’s emBuck the World/em album still managed to do fairly well. His relationships with other Southern rappers helped him remain relevant. Behind the scenes, there was more beef brewing at G-Unit. Just two years prior, 50 Cent and Game began feuding and it left the label torn in shreds. Now, another member was preparing to leave the group and label.br /br /While 50 Cent angrily threw Game out of the group, kicked him off the G-Unit label, and forced him off his primary label, Aftermath Entertainment, he handled Young Buck differently. Without G-Unit, Game managed to solidify himself as a major artist, in his own right. Game had star power of his own and Young Buck did too. Older and wiser, 50 Cent kicked Young Buck out of G-Unit and blasted him on the radio. However, he kept Young Buck in his contract with G-Unit Records.br /br /50 Cent has said he wants to make his money back off Young Buck. He told Buck, through the internet, to release a hot album. For two years, Young Buck has been submitting albums to 50 Cent. Each album submitted ends up being rejected by 50 Cent. Young Buck has now returned to the mixtape scene, in order to rebuild his buzz. Is it possible Young Buck could do what 50 Cent did, when he was black-balled by the industry and take over the game independently?br /br /Could Young Buck continue to release music 50 Cent cannot ignore and it lead to a comeback? 50 Cent said all Buck has to do is release one more album and he is free to go. Does Young Buck still have the swagger to complete 50 Cent’s contract and establish himself as his own artist?div class=”blogger-post-footer”div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”
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