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To understand how the rap world feels about Young Buck you have only to look at the list of guests on Buck the World. From forefathers like U.G.K. and 8Ball & MJG to current kings T.I. and Young Jeezy, the entire South is standing behind Buck whether the rest of the world likes it or not, delivering 17 songs of muscular, no-nonsense Southern rap. Each track is supported by producers responsible for some of music’s heaviest sounds — Dr. Dre, DJ Toomp, and Lil’ Jon among them — and Buck approaches his material with the brawny bluster of a boxer, every cut on Buck the World another slug at the heavy bag. The Polow Da Don-helmed single “Get Buck” is the album’s standout track: a calculated, stomping march befitting of Buck’s indestructible persona. “4 Kings” is a Southern rap summit, bringing together Pimp C, T.I., Young Jeezy and Buck over a Jazzy Pha beat that oozes wah guitar and organ. Buck the World also gives space to up-and-coming underground producers Vitamin D and Jake One, who bring a soulful edge to “Buck the World,” and to “Haters,” which features the off-kilter crooning of overlooked West Coast legend Kokane. In his rhymes, Buck rarely deviates from strong-arm threats and thuggish boasts, but no one listens to him for smooth flows or clever verses. With Buck the World, he has made an album that is as solid, unswerving, and reliable as the man himself.

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Buck The World

Can't tell you how hot this is... its the best G-Unit album (excluding Get Rich or Die Tryin'). Okay... I'd give this album a 9.6/10, an extremely high rating for ME. Single: Song bought seperately from the album (if you don't want to buy the whole thing) 1. Push Em Back - 8.5 - Not a crazy song, pretty cool chorus , beat and lyrics 2. Say It to My Face - 9.5 - Crazy song, lyrics, guest list (Bun B & 8Ball & MJG), beat, and chorus, great single 3. Buss Yo Head - 10 - Amazing lyrics, chorus & beat, crazy flow, definite single 4. I Ain't F'in Wit U - 9 - Crazy guest list (Dion, Snoop, & Trick Daddy), cool beat & chorus (R&Bish), great lyrics, if u like R&B rap, this would be a great single 5. Get Buck - 10 - Great diss song, crazy @ss beat, crazy lyrics, and sick chorus, opening is the best, single fo sho 6. Buck the World - 9.4 - Crazy chorus (lyfe jennings), great beat & lyrics, pretty great single single 7. Slow Ya Roll - 9.6 - Chester (linkin park's main vocalist) doesnt really do too much in this song but its a great single, lyrics are crazy, beats pretty good, chorus is awesome 8. Hold On - 8.9 - Great diss, Amazing chorus (2nd half of it), lyrics & beat are okay 9. Pocket Full of Paper - 9.7 - Not so hot lyrics, great beat and guest list (jeezy), chorus is pretty good, great single 10. Haters - 9.4 - R&B song, gets old after listeningto it for a month but... okay chorus (kokane), lyrics are great, it almost makes a good single 11. U Ain't Goin Nowhere - 9.5 - Single, nice chorus (latoiya williams), r&bish beat, lyrics are pretty good, flow is crazy, very catchy nonetheless 12. Money Good - 9.3 - Great chorus, lackluster lyrics, crazy flow, beats awesome, its not too good of a single 13. Puff Puff Pass - 9.4 - its a filler, lyrics are lackluster but the chorus's beat is pretty good opposed to the verse beat, bob marley's sons on this 14. Clean Up Man - 9.8 - Great single, crazy flow, lyrics and beat, the chorus is what to look forward to in this song 15. 4 Kings - 9.8 - Crazy guest list (Jeezy, T.I., & Pimp C), awesome lyrics & chorus, beats awesome too, definite single 16. I Know You Want Me - 9.9 - Crazy beat, suprisingly crazy chorus by jazze pha, definite single, flow is amazing, lyrics held this song back from a 10 17. Funeral Music - 8 - Lackluster song, beat stinks, chorus is pretty good along with the lyrics, ending saved this song, if anyones wondering, this song is completely 50's, diss on killa cam 18. Lose My Mind - 9.7 - (on the album, not on iTunes), great opening, great lyrics & chorus, AMAZING beat (courtesy of Marshall), very short thoug, yelling, would be a single if it was on iTunes

WARNING- iTunes gave you the WRONG last track!!

The last track on the new YB album is LOSIN' MY MIND produced by Em! Funeral Music is a hidden track after Losin' My Mind on the real album/CD. Just another FLUB by our friends at iTunes...I emplore you all to go to your local CD store and check the track listing. If you bought it on iTunes already, get on 'em and get that track! It's one of the best on the album and VERY different for Buck. Don't let iTunes cheat ya out of a great song!!

Southern Classic

Better than Straight Outta Cashville. Buck has his moments of lyrical prowess but in all reality, we all know Buck is not a rapper with classic lyrics that can be spoken in the same vein as Eminem, Rakim, Talib Kweli and Nas but, it is his emotions that make us all love buck, he is a real man and that makes his lyrics very good. The beats are amazing, the production is top notch and buck's emotional flow shines over the beats. He is versatile talking about real things, then talking about girls, then talking about gangsta stuff. The major thing I like about Buck is that he can write a sick chorus/hook. Not many rappers can do that well any more and just have samples or other artists over the hook. Re-analyze SOC and compare it to BTW, very similar albums. Flow is the same in both, possibly more emotion in this release but at least he doesnt say '64 and Dr. Dre 300 times in the songs (Not a knock at Doja, just think Doja has more talent as a lyricist than he showed). Hooks, edge goes here because of the great producers which pull an extra element out for hooks which makes them great producers. Beats, far superior this release than SOC; Dr. Dre, Eminem, Hi-tek, Polow, come on, its an allstar cast. I understand that Buck has many features on the album but it helps show his versatility and flexibility and it helps him show that the Unit still has people willing and wanting to work with them, and buck also had a lot of favors to call in considering he was on almost everyone elses album in the past three years. Overall, Buck the World is better than SOC, I think Buck gave a really solid effort at a classic album. I think this album can stand alone as a classic Southern album and maybe a classic in the more general sense and if not, it is very close. I also think that this is the best G-unit release, by far, since maybe the first round of releases (IMO The Massacre was not a great release, but was instead a way to sell records) from G-unit which ended with The Game - The Documentary. Classic Southern Album, potential Classic Album period, and Great G-unit release that will set the bar for the rest of the rap game to follow in the following year. Buck brings the Unit back with a vengence on this one!!! Rating: 9.5/10 or 4.5/5


Born: March 15, 1981 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

To most, rapper Young Buck was a fresh face when he became a member of 50 Cent's crew G-Unit, but he spent a long time waiting on the bench before that. The Nashville, TN, native started rapping at 12 and was in a recording studio by 14, the same age he was when he began peddling narcotics. Cash Money's main man, Brian "Baby" Williams, caught a 16-year-old Young Buck at a rap battle and soon the rapper was out of high school and in New Orleans, crowded into a small apartment with the rest of the...
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