News: With G-Unit Reunion Nowhere In Sight, Young Buck Relies On 50 Cent [Audio]
Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014 3:10PM
Nashville rapper Young Buck is not taking any days off with his slew of new music releases and has now jumped onto one-time rap pal 50 Cent's recently released "This Is Murder Not Music" for a new track.
Buck Marley's latest unexpected anthem has him adding vocals onto his former G-Unit boss' record.
Young Buck is back once again. Say what you want, dude has been dropping more material than anyone you know right now, and today he's back with another new one today. This time around Young Buck takes his talents to the track "This Is Murder Not Music", by his former boss, 50 Cent. Young Buck hits the track running, letting loose of a barrage of his talents, once again displaying his lyrical finesse and abilities and doing so over a tough ass beat. (Stupid Dope)
When asked about the status of G-Unit, 50 Cent recently hinted at plans to possibly drop a group project alongside estranged members like Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.
"Tell me where's the interest from G-Unit members. You got new guys out there that don't have the support of record companies and are working, just to sustain and generate that energy that's there. I like to collaborate with them, did it for a long time. Maybe there's a point that we'll come back together and make a disc. And whom do you mean when you say the whole G-Unit? ... It'll never be five. That'll never happen. I don't even know if that's possible because I don't talk to them. I haven't had communications with Young Buck since he been out of jail. I'll never work with Game." (Complex)
Curtis Jackson also discussed his thoughts on Young Buck trying to get his feet wet in the music biz again.
"I hope he get it. But for me, I couldn't move forward with the things that I want if I was concentrating on holding someone else back. Buck is out and active, but even when saying you seen him doing stuff: Where are the other members? See what I'm saying. You see the news and all the video stuff, I guess they expect me to shoot it and do it." (Complex)
Last month, Game admitted there were no plans to reunite with his one-time boss.
"No. [I'm feud-less?] That's not true. I will tell you, I went to Trader Joe's yesterday and, no, the dude collecting the carts hit my car with, like, 20 carts. He left a dent and we beefin'. [laughs] [G-Unit reunion?] Ah, [laughs], no, we couldn't be further apart," Game said when asked if a G-Unit reunion was near. "[Couldn't be] further apart, man. We tried." ("Arsenio")
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Check out Young Buck's "This Is Murder Not Music" remix: