Former G-Unit member Young Buck is reportedly moving on from his contract with 50 Cent‘s G-Unit Records and revealed signing a new record deal over the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
While Buck broke the news during a live concert, he did not specify which label he is now on.
“Hold up deejay, hold up for a minute,” Buck said during a concert. “Make some noise in this motherf*cker real quick. Eh looky here, bruh, I would tell y’all who I just signed with, right, but I don’t want to spoil the moment. I don’t want to spoil the moment. I just want y’all to be like, ‘Ohhh sh*ttt. Ohhhh shhh*t.'” (This Is Young Buck)
Speculation has emerged suggesting Buck may have inked a deal with Birdman’s Cash Money Records.
The Nashville rapper has been a free artist for a while now following a bitter spilt with G-Unit which saw the 30-year-old rapper attack leader 50 Cent on a series of tracks to which the ‘Ayo Technology’ star later responded with a track that included Buck weeping and apologising for numerous things, such as denouncing Buck as a fake recording artist. The rapper has not yet publically commented on his new deal but has been re-tweeting and commenting on Birdman’s tweets. (Tale Tela)
In the past, Buck has publicly gone after Birdman and Young Money’s Lil Wayne.
New Track “Class Is in Session,” on which Young Buck disses Lil Wayne, Fat Joe and DJ Khaled. Young Buck is still upset that Khaled will not play any G-Unit records on his radio show. And when it comes to Wayne, Buck is heated that Weezy did a song with Ja Rule. “N—a, I know you,” Buck fumed last week while promoting his forthcoming Cashville Records compilation Product of the South. “You have the nerve to call me and speak upon how you having problems and Baby is taking your money. And how right Mannie Fresh is about leaving. And if he responds in any type of way, I’mma end his career ’cause I got it on tape. I’mma let the world hear him complaining. But then you gonna run and stand beside Ja Rule talking about some ‘Uh Oh.’ That’s the heart of [my problem with him]. You know that’s some real beef, and you gonna run and stand with Ja. You’re asking for it.” (Hip Hop Galaxy)
Last year, online reports claimed Buck was freed from his G-Unit Records contract.
A 100% reliable source just told us that 50 Cent has let Young Buck out of his contract with G-Unit. In April 2008 50 Cent announced on Hot 97 that Young Buck was kicked out the group, but was still contractually signed to G-Unit. Since that time, Buck has been unable to release any commercial music. Buck is currently working his new single “My Campaign”, produced by Drumma Boy. It will be interesting what he does with his new position. If he can get singles reacting on the radio, he get into a good position. But considering the amount of time that he’s been off the radar, it will be an uphill climb for Young Buck. (57th Ave)
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