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    Found this on www.hh411.com:

    AF: So we got a hold of the new cover for your album. Were you pleased with how that turned out in the end?

    YB: Hell yeah. It is what it is. I really just wanted to have the middle finger on there. I wanted to name my album "Fuck the World," but they wouldn't let me name it that. But I'm still in this shit, you know. It's going to be on the Wal-Mart shelves now, because I named it "Buck the World."

    AF: Okay. Well, how come the album got pushed back so many times?

    YB: Yeah. I did that because my presence in the fourth quarter was already heavy with the Trick Daddy record and with the 2Pac record, so I wanted to let those records live and then come back and make the second quarter for me.

    AF: So is "Get Buck" going to be the new single?

    YB: Yeah. That's my next single. That shit is stupid right now. I shoot the video February 6th and 7th in Atlanta, but that record is really going crazy right now in the streets. They're saying it's bigger than "In the Club" and all that good stuff, so they're really going stupid off of that shit.

    AF: Can you give us a preview of what the video is going to be like?

    YB: I mean it's going to be street. It's going to have a real hood feeling and you're going to get a chance to see how we ridin in the South and all that good stuff. But at the end of the day, I wanted to take my video back to the streets. I don't like doing the green screen videos and the computerized videos. I like keeping it all the way street and just interacting with real people in the streets. I'm co-directing the shit this time.

    AF: Alright, well let's get into the album. I know this is a big deal for you, because it's been a couple of years since your last solo album.

    YB: Yeah, I mean the title speaks for itself. I think I've grown and I make music about real life and all of the things that you're going through in life. I feel like I've been going through a lot of shit inside and outside of the public eye. You know with the Vibe Awards incident and I actually just got out of jail yesterday. So that kind of shit just fuels the fire and makes my album the shit, because I base my shit around what's really real. I feel like people know when you're real and they get a vibe off of that. I think I established that with my first record and people have been patiently waiting. I've kept my presence available, whether it was through the "Money In the Bank" record or popping up in the videos or the "Stay Fly" record that I did. That made a lot of noise, and then I was on Trick Daddy's album, Jeezy's album, and TI's album. My presence has always been here, but I just think that they've been waiting long enough. I've seen a lot of people do their thing, and I just feel like, let me come on in and make a big statement in the South to show all of these cats who the real is out here, man.

    AF: You've worked with a lot of different southern artists, but I heard that you've stepped outside of the box this time with the production.

    YB: My album is crazy. I've worked with everybody, like you said. I've even got Linkin Park on my album. What you know about that? You know, with this record right here, man, I'm looking to really break big numbers. But outside of that, I think I'm going to really establish Young Buck and Cashville records, because that's really where my head is at right now. Hold on just a minute. Alright I'm back. I just got out of the radio station down here. They going stupid off of that single right now. My lil' daughter was just dancing to it, man. You know if I got one that the little kids are dancing to and every one else is feeling, then 50 gonna have to cut the god damn check or something, man. I think this shit is about to be crazy.

    AF: Tell me about the track you did with Eminem on your album.

    YB: You know that track is so crazy, I can't even tell you, man. It's ridiculous, bruh. It's real real crazy. He kinda did a skit with it too that I think is really going to fuck people up. It's just a different record. It's like rap meets rock and roll, at least from my own perspective. I don't think people are ever going to hear me like this again, but at the end of the day, I just wanted to let the world know that I could take it to the rock and roll side, and still keep it street. This shit is real different right here. I feel like people and the fans want to look for the artist to do something different, but stay the same person, so they grow to love that person. So I stay the same *****, but I just always look for different ways to reinvent myself as an artist. Eminem can do that for you. When you're working with Eminem, that shit isn't hard to do.

    AF: You mentioned the "Money In the Bank" record that was originally on one of your mixtapes with DJ Drama. The response from the streets for that song in particular was pretty huge, right?

    YB: I think that record right there is a good example to show how, you know, important mixtapes and DJs really are. That record was broke a long time before the world actually knew about it, but the streets already knew about it from the Case Dismissed with Drama. So, I just think mixtapes are good ways to get records grindin. Most of the DJs hosting the mixtapes have street credibility, so they get it to the streets and the streets are always going to tell you the truth about whatever. That's pretty much how I came up with the "Get Buck" single from just watching the flow of the streets. The minute I give them what they want, it's going straight to the top.

    AF: So have you gotten a chance to speak with him (DJ Drama) since the whole situation happened?

    YB: Yeah, I saw Drama last night. We had a fuckin ball. I'm fitting to drop one mixtape with Whoo Kid and one of the biggest NBA All-Stars. I can't say who, but that's going to drop around All-Star Weekend. Ain't shit stopped with DJ Drama either though. We've got one coming out soon called The Clean-Up Man. I'm coming right back with Drama. I think everybody should be supporting Drama, not only the artists. The labels should be supporting him too, because it's the mixtapes and the DJs alone that get our music to the streets and to the people that actually buy our records. They can make those potential hits become hits, so I think it's only right for them to be supporting him through his situation. At the end of the day, the vision that they're forming with this hip-hop police shit, where they just fuck with you about any and everything is not good at all. And I think Drama kind of fell into that position, but he's a special dude and I think that he'll definitely pull through this. Then he's got me on his side too, so he's really going to be alright.

    AF: I heard you actually speaking on Turk from the Hot Boys on that new Kay Slay mixtape. What's your relationship like with him?

    YB: Turk, that's my homeboy. We've been negotiating and talking on a lot of different levels at times about him becoming a part of G-Unit South and that nature, but I don't know. I've lost a little bit of contact with him recently because of his incarceration, but on that song I had just been talking to him and I wanted to give you his perspective of what was going on in there at the time. Whenever he comes home, the door is open for him if he chooses to come over and step this way. If not, we gonna keep on moving.

    AF: Alright, well you mentioned your label G-Unit South. You wanna speak on the situation with C-Bo, who I hear you've recently signed to the label?

    YB: From the west coast? 2Pac's homeboy. You god damn right. You heard him on the records. We ain't hard to find. I hope to work with the Outlawz in the near future. I'm looking to release C-Bo's album probably through an independent deal and move that way. My thing is I want to be able to sell a million independent records. I don't think that's really ever been done before, so that's pretty much what I'm shooting for. I'm probably going to take my label to somewhere major though. Warner Brothers, Def Jam, Atlantic. They're all calling me right now. I've also got my group, 615 though. And that's the big thing about Cashville records, is the group. That consists of me, Lil Murda, Hi-C, and D-Tay. And I'm going to take that album straight to the majors.

    AF: Hi-C and Lil Murda are relatively new to the game, right?

    YB: They're brand new and they're working their way in. I believe in growth, and I check the report card that they carry before they get in front of a microphone too. All of their shit has straight A's. So, as long as they had that street upbringing and they real about what they spitting, then they have a chance to really grow at what they're doing. So that's what I feel about Hi-C and Lil Murda right now.

    AF: So we've talked a lot about your label and the new album. What's up with G-Unit as a group? I hear you all got another one coming too.

    YB: I mean, after my record, you're going to get a 50 Cent album, and then you're going to get a G-Unit album. I don't really know what you've been hearing, but that's the way it's going down.


    AF: Alright, well you wanna let the fans know when the album is coming out and all that?

    YB: March 20th, Buck the World. "Get Buck" is the fuckin' single. Go get my album. I'm driving the streets berserk right now.

  • #2
    Soooo, 50 and Buck drop on the same day?

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    • #3
      Man...for everybody that thought he changed his album title..hahaha, GET EM BUCK!!!!!!! (I been bumpin that SOC album the last few days in anticipation to the new one, I can't fuckin wait!)
      Vitamin Water, Ladies and Gentlemen...Vitamin Water.

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      • #4
        fuck i cant waity for so new buck...that em collab bette rbe crazy....cant wait for this shit
        My pain killers in my dresser,right next to my rester, what insane brain,would agree to this gesture,To unjest less stres left with no xtra,you's a mess,true depressed steps can infect ya-TECH9

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        • #5
          Sounds like Em only did the beat and that he doesn't rap on the song at all.

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          • #6
            lmao at get buck being bigger then 'in da club'...cant wait for the em collab tho
            MIDWEST
            MINDSET

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            • #7
              I have doubts about this album....so far everything's lookin wack...his single, his album cover, the few leaked songs, etc....its all adding up

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              • #8
                at first i thought it was the wackest album title ever but now that i think of it it ain't too bad. ain't great either though. buck's last album was fire so might get this one too, interesting about the eminem collabo.

                when does 50 drop?
                we don't like you
                holla at me(T)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 2Nice View Post
                  I have doubts about this album....so far everything's lookin wack...his single, his album cover, the few leaked songs, etc....its all adding up
                  figures, g-unit's second albums have all been wacker than the first.
                  we don't like you
                  holla at me(T)

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                  • #10
                    young buck is terrible.

                    the only thing i look forward to now is the eminem collab

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                    • #11
                      how much u wanna bet the Eminem collab is just him rappin wit a fake humorous southern accent like he did in his tim westwood freestyles w/ d12 and talkin about the state of hip-hop and how the south is "runnin things" just to sound cool wit Buck...

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                      • #12
                        I was really hoping buck was gonna pull some sick shit...but after hearing his new single...utter garbage.
                        BIG PROOF FOREVER

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                        • #13
                          I think this album's gonna be good, can't wait.
                          *****s is mad I get more butt than ashtrays



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                          • #14
                            Comparing 'Get Buck' to 'In da Club' is, well, umm....not very accurate.

                            Hopefully 'Get Buck' is no indication of the quality of the rest of tha album.

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                            • #15
                              Am I the only one that thinks Eminem has totally fallen off? What happened to dude?
                              What you eat don't make me shit.
                              Jay-Z

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