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Let Me In - Single

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G-Unit Does it Again

Young Buck's first single was phenominal. 50 does a good job at the beginning of the song, Young Buck's lyrics and flow were amazing, and the beat was tight. Real club banger. GGGGG-UNIT

A true southern rap classic!!

So, this is the first single from Young Buck going solo? Well, I have to say, he did an incredible job on it. For one thing, he doesn't ever swear on this song, which is a one-in-a-million occasion. 50 Cent only does it twice, in the beginning and end, when he says, "We back up in this ----- again." It doesn't really take away from the whole song, though, so, great beginning and end, 50! As for Young Buck, his low, deep, strong voice just flows all throughout. Put together with the deep Southern beat of bass drums, tubas, and bells, this is a magnificent single that's just waiting to be bought! Trust me, you will not be wasting your money.

The best from g-unit

Young Buck raps better than 50

Biography

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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