By YRS Jerzy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Earlier this month, G-Unit Records went through a major change, when 50 Cent announced Lloyd Banks was leaving the label. Ten years ago, it was Young Buck trying to leave the label. Learning his lesson from Game, 50 Cent kicked him out of the group, but left him under contract.
Young Buck rejoined G-Unit in 2014 and pledged his allegiance to the label like he did, years before. The hiatus saw Young Buck and 50 Cent have major beef. Their time apart led to Young Buck getting close with the likes of Rick Ross and shouting Ja Rule out.
Watching Young Buck’s interviews, a few weeks ago, has made it clear that’s more than over, as he’s all in with The Unit. When it comes to solo Young Buck, it all started in 2004. His platinum debut album, Welcome To Ca$hville opened with “Let Me In,” this week’s Wednesday Throwback.
Watch “Let Me In” by Young Buck ft. 50 Cent below:
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