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  • Jan/28/07--Young Buck Speaks On Played Out Beef With Game,& Recent Altercation W/DJ

    Young Buck came up with the popular group Cash Money, but launched a platinum selling career as an artist under G-Unit. He is currently signed under G-Unit Records and released his first solo album, Straight Outta Cashville. He has also been very successful on the mixtape market, as many G-Unit artists have.

    In this interview, Buck lets his fans know what's good. He shares with everyone the production on his album and what his fans can expect. Buck also takes some time to talk about The Game and their exploited beef, and whether or not Hip-Hop is really dead.

    SoundSlam: What's been goin' down Buck?

    Young Buck: Oh nothin' man. Its been all good, you know.

    Soundslam: Well, you got this album set to drop, Buck the World. When is it set to drop and what can we expect from you?

    Young Buck: March 20th is when it drops, man. And you can expect the Unit to be back on top, man. You know that, and you can expect the Unit to get right back to number one with this record right here, man. It's been a long time comin'. The title of the album is Buck the World. March 20th is when it hits the stores. And you can expect that same energy from Young Buck; that same street s***. I think I've stepped my game up a lot lyrically, you know, and I got a lot of features and production. It's totally different from the whole spectrum of Young Buck. I'm as excited as my fans are. I know I'm comin' in a totally different way than people were expecting me to come. I enjoy having pressure, and carrying weight on my back. It makes me work harder.

    SoundSlam: Yeah, the album sounds dope. I mean, I've heard "4 Kings" and "Do It Myself," which also sounds really good. And you're receiving a lot of good hype for the LP. So, what artists and producers did you work with on this album?

    Young Buck: Production-wise, the album is crazy. It's crazy. I worked with Dr. Dre, Eminem, I worked with Hi-Tek, I worked with Jazzy Pha, DJ Paul, Justus League, a whole lot of hot producers...Features-wise you're gonna get records like the "4 Kings" record with Jeezy, T.I, and Pimp C. I got a record with me Bun B, 8 Ball & MJG together, bro. I got a record with me, Snoop Dogg, and Trick Daddy together. I got a record with me and a dude from Linkin Park, man. It's a versatile album, man. It's got something on their for everybody. My fan base has kind of grown, so I wanted to touch bases with a lot of fans who have jumped on the Young Buck bandwagon.

    SoundSlam: So, you've said you've grown lyrically, which I think people can see from the stuff you've come out with on other people's albums and a couple of mixtapes. But what's the difference between where you were comin'from with Straight Outta Cashville and where you're comin' from with Buck the World?

    Young Buck: I base my music around reality and real life stuff, man. S*** that I'm going through right then and there, you know. I base it around that because that's the only way you can get a true fan. They can pull something out of your lyrics and say, "Hey, I'm going through that." The only way to do that is base your music around real life issues. And for me, I've been through a lot of s*** as far as the public eye. You know, the Vibe Awards thing, the DJ incident, a lot of different stuff, man, that is like fuel to the fire of what you are about to get with this record. I've gone through a lot of record label s*** that people go through when they're feelin' the streets like I am. I'm just trying to sum it all up, that's why it's called Buck the World. I wanted to call it F*** the World, but they wouldn't let me name it that. (Laughs). There ain't no limitations with this record, man.

    SoundSlam: I gotta ask you, what's up with your record label? I hear a little about this: Cashville Records. What's up with this? Who's on it, and what's your role? What can we expect from it in the future?

    Young Buck: Cashville Records is what it is right now. That's my label. G-Unit South is the movement. From the beginning, I've always told 50 what I wanted to do, and he's always been supportive of me. And he was like, "Buck, man, now is the time." So, like the first artist I think I'm going to release is C-Bo, from the West Coast. He's got a real great independent following. He's jumped on board Cashville Records, and we're about to put his s*** out in, hopefully, May. Probably through Koch. He's great, man. Someone with that kind of street buzz allows it to be really easy for me to work with him. I've got my own crew, which is 615, which is the area code in Nashville. That group consists of myself, Hi-C, D-Tay, and Lil' Murda, and I'll probably do a world wide deal with them. But I'm movin' right now, and I'm movin' at a cool pace. At the end of the day, I think I'm doin' good. I'm a CEO of a company, and I've only put out one album. I'm doin' alright. I'm just lovin' this pressure. It's makin' the album better.

    SoundSlam: I heard Lloyd Banks sayin' that he spent his whole life writing his first album, that's why it's difficult to write a second. You said that you liked the pressure, and it made it better?

    Young Buck: Yea, I use it to drive me. I take it as if, like, they could accept me for me after my first album, then they're gonna like this one more. Because I didn't work with Dr. Dre, I didn't work with Eminem, I didn't work with the big name producers. So, at the end of the day I felt that at the end of the day the fans understood me for me. Now I'm going and working with these other artist who understand the same thing.

    SoundSlam: I heard tidbits of this thing that recently happened with The Game? Like, you ran into him and his crew and they didn't do anything? Could you clear that up?

    Young Buck: Yea, it wasn't that they backed down or nothing, there just wasn't no problem when we ran into each other. But, yea, we ran into each other and we seen each other. I had to see what was up with his entourage, and it wasn't really what it was. If there was a true problem, then they would have handled it. I was out numbered, you know. There were like 12 or 13 of them, and like 3 or 4 of us. If there's that much beef, then it's supposed to go down, and it didn't. So I figured, let me leave this bulls*** alone.

    SoundSlam: So, what do you think about this whole "Hip Hop is Dead?" thing?

    Young Buck: That's some bulls***. I feel Hip Hop is dead for those who it is not working for. Hip Hop is dead for you if you're not movin' around and your videos are getting' played, and you ain't got no shows comin' up. But Hip Hop is working' great for people like me. I think that was a f***** up statement. Hey, hold on ...

    (Young Buck gets up to holler at a Breezy)

    Sorry about that. These girls were lookin' fine.

    SoundSlam: You know, if you gotta get up, I'm glad you got up for that...So are there any other artists out there who you're feeling?

    Young Buck: I'm really diggin' Jeezy. I think Jeezy is the s***, bro. I like what Jeezy and T.I is doin'. I like what he's doin' with the Grand Hustle thing. Young Dro, you know, real talent from the South. But I'm really feelin' Jeezy. He really come from the streets for real. And I've known him before music, you know, he got a true street following. And Trick Daddy, man. I really like Trick Daddy, man. Dope s***. I really like to see the South movin', man. I wish I could see more West Coast artists get out there and like pioneers on the East Coast. Like KRS One. We need to see some of the old heads come through and lay the law down, bro. Just pop up and show them what's up. Like Big Daddy Kane. Imagine Big Daddy Kane hoppin' out a 2006 Benz in a video these days. At this point, Hip Hop is wide open because it's open for everybody. I want to see the pioneers get out there right now. Like Ice T, Ice T is an idol to me. I would love to see him drop an album.

    SoundSlam: Now I gotta ask you a political question. What do you think of the whole aftermath of the Michael Richards situation? A lot of people came out and asked the Hip Hop community to refrain from using the "N-Word."

    Young Buck: Stick and stones may break your bones, but words will never hurt you. That's one of the realist forms right there. Any word like that being used fits true to that statement. Like, being a "n****," we say it to some white people. I call Eminem my n****. You know, like it's the way that you use it. Just don't use it that way, we don't have to put an end to the word. Once you try and nix a word that has been in existence for so long, then you're going against freedom of speech. SoundSlam: Alright, so I heard 50 say on MTV that 2007 is G-Unit's year. Why is that?

    Young Buck: Simple and plain, man. Everybody thought that we was gone. And it's like the underdogs is always on top. They thought we was gone, but we just got out the way for a little bit. We gracefully moved out of the way for this game. We knew how Hip Hop changes, it's wild. We stepped out the way to see how it is was changin' and now we're adapting to it. We can do it in any way. This s*** is ours this year. It's over.
    http://soundslam.com/articles/interv...n070125_youngb

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    SoundSlam: So, what do you think about this whole "Hip Hop is Dead?" thing?

    Young Buck: That's some bulls***. I feel Hip Hop is dead for those who it is not working for. Hip Hop is dead for you if you're not movin' around and your videos are getting' played, and you ain't got no shows comin' up. But Hip Hop is working' great for people like me. I think that was a f***** up statement. Hey, hold on ...
    Originally posted by CWCooper810
    I can be called a "stan" or what not, I even have a backwards E tattooed on my back.

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    • #3
      nice, thanks
      PROOF - Because of proof they put the G in the alphabet.
      R.I.P PROOF - ANOTHER HIP-HOP SOLDIER LOST
      Originally posted by Chino XL
      no need for viagra, your album leaves me bored stiff

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      • #4
        thanks for the news

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        • #5
          Very nice article, so the album is NOT called "Get Bucked" then?
          "Sometimes, it's only madness that makes us who we are. And who we will be"

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          • #6
            buck is fuckin wack and he sounds like a fuckin idiot when he speaks... his accent doesnt help him either
            WOOOORD FAM

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            • #7
              ^ no, yayo is wack, buck isnt
              PROOF - Because of proof they put the G in the alphabet.
              R.I.P PROOF - ANOTHER HIP-HOP SOLDIER LOST
              Originally posted by Chino XL
              no need for viagra, your album leaves me bored stiff

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              • #8
                lol i knew that the album wasn't gonna get called Get Bucked .. that title sucks.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by bachaka61 View Post
                  buck is fuckin wack and he sounds like a fuckin idiot when he speaks... his accent doesnt help him either
                  This interview along with alotta previous Buck interviews contains something....MOST interviews with 'mainstream'...SENSE!
                  This dude makes sense, and he keeps it cool and real with his fans as well, that's something to apreciate, not hate.
                  "Sometimes, it's only madness that makes us who we are. And who we will be"

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                  • #10
                    damn this interview sucked
                    The kicks still Chuck Taylor, the jacket is a Starter I beg you pardon, niqqa we can get it started. If you ain't Nas or the niqqa on the Third Carter
                    -THE GAME
                    (Best rapper ever)

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                    • #11
                      ^you cant read, shutup
                      PROOF - Because of proof they put the G in the alphabet.
                      R.I.P PROOF - ANOTHER HIP-HOP SOLDIER LOST
                      Originally posted by Chino XL
                      no need for viagra, your album leaves me bored stiff

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                      • #12
                        Jfizzle, For real you are sad. Your signature clearly shows that as well.
                        It's sad how turds like you say "Fuck Dre" because you 'heard' The Game is not down with Dre or whatsoever, but as soon as you hear Dre's working with The Game, you are like "OMG" ....sad.
                        "Sometimes, it's only madness that makes us who we are. And who we will be"

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                        • #13
                          all rappers are lyar, so wutever they say i'll stick to the music
                          Poppa gon' keep poppin' Cris on you hoes and piss on thoses who exist as my foes -Obie Trice-

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                          • #14
                            Nice, this CDs bound to have some sick beats. I like how in just about every rap interview nowadays the rapper is being asked if they think hip hop is dead..thats tight on Nas' behalf. But in general that was a good read.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Bigkabuto2004 View Post
                              Jfizzle, For real you are sad. Your signature clearly shows that as well.
                              It's sad how turds like you say "Fuck Dre" because you 'heard' The Game is not down with Dre or whatsoever, but as soon as you hear Dre's working with The Game, you are like "OMG" ....sad.
                              who the fuck are you? piece of shit foreign trash
                              The kicks still Chuck Taylor, the jacket is a Starter I beg you pardon, niqqa we can get it started. If you ain't Nas or the niqqa on the Third Carter
                              -THE GAME
                              (Best rapper ever)

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