“I made music all my life,” says it. “I started to grate when I had 12 or 13 years, it was a play for me. Around 14,15 years I started to record in studio, seriously.” But Young Buck had also the feet in the street, trailing with opiates as of his more young age. “I was youngest négro in the medium” remembers it. “There is really no age limit when you are in the street. I was outside, to make tricks of adult people.”
When Buck was 16 years old, he intended to say that the troop of rap of Cash Money recorded in its city and offered a chance to record for the director of the label, Brian “Baby” Williams, has that which would prove its value to him by engaging a battle against the baby gangstas of Cash Money, including the future Hot Boy Lil' Wayne. The performance of Buck was so impressive that Williams will offra the chance to him to become an artist of Cash Money. Buck accepted, leaving the college and moving at the Orleans News for the 4 next years.
One was in 1997 and the Millionaires of Cash Money were with some diamonds to be Blings Kings which they are today. “One lived all in a small rotted apartment,” remembers Buck. “Everyone was in fight, and tried to do something. I was young and I felt that it was an occasion because there were people who returned on the scene underground. One could see their potential and see them becoming something. I felt that I was not with the height.”
Buck was devoted to the development of the crew. “People of Nashville whom I had around me showed of the love with clicks of Cash Money When Buck tried to succeed; while making sure that Buck goes where it must be. But after 4 years of waiting on the bench of Cash Money, Buck decided to turn over to the house. “I returned in my district and I did all that I could to be able to survive,” he entrusts. “I lost much time. Financially, J had nothing. I made very to have bread. But one collects what L one sows. At the same time when I was outside, and that I made my trick, there is another son of whore who was there and who believed that it could come and to do that to me. It is exactly as that which that it passed. This wire of whore came to strike with my door with 4:30 of the morning. I was lying in the middle of the ground. It came, being held with the top of me with a AK or Mac. I then did not have a weapon I was raised and I ran through the kitchen. Y' had a pal with me, it was awaked, it pushed back the guy to the door. I am make draw above twice. I was caught a ball in the arm and another in the thigh. At the time I had so much additive illegal in the house which I ground during almost an hour before even of going to the hospital. I failed to lose the life by bleeding as much.” But Buck worked also hard in studio and in company of his friend of childhood D-Tay, it left a LP independent, Thuggin Til The End. As the album was not well sold, Buck acquired nonvalid-especially experiment when it tried to break its contract. “I was young and eager to earn money, at such a point that I exposed my talent” Buck admits. “When I started to seek other occasions, I realized that this guy had a paper which retained me.
The next occasion of Buck arrived when Baby Williams called it, inviting it to return to Cash Money to belong to a new group which it made. When Buck arrived at the offices, he saw that the fortune of the label with vastly increased. But after being remained one week in the offices without anything to record, there felt qu he had sat on a more comfortable bench. “I was ready to leave when Juvenile stopped at the office,” known as Buck. Juvenile will offra Buck the chance to join its new recording company, UTP Records. “Juvenile said: “I nothing to promise itself, but at least you will be on something which will be heard.” C is there that I made my decision. Juvey took to me under its wing and I started to record songs. The first three days, I recorded 11 pieces.”
Buck lived by recording pieces for Juvenile, when UTP met 50 Hundred and its crew G-Links with New York City. A session of freestyle led them to some collaborations, of which most notable street hit, “has Little Bit Everything off.” “It was an honor for me to meet 50 Hundred because I respected all his history. I was fan of this négro even before becoming an artist of his unit. One very started again to zero. One said 'Yo, if this history of rap walk for me, it will go for you, one will be called both. 'And with the grace of God, that started to take off for Fifty. And it returned towards me while saying to me “I had said it to you. ” Juvenile always said me “If an occasion is offered to you, take. I do what I can do, but if it something of better is offered to you, take it. ””
The first appearance of Young Buck arrived when 50 Hundred took Bloodhound , a solo of Buck which he appreciated at the time of their first meeting, and transformed it into duet by putting it on its first album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin'. Then after the exit of Beg for Mercy , which was sold with more than 2 million specimens.
Its first album solo Straight Outta Cashville left in 2004 and includes in particular Let Me In and Shorty Wanna Ride'. " J took the name of the N.W.A., Straight Outta Compton,” said Buck. “Straight Outta Ca$hville speaks about itself. Ca tells you my manner of living aujourd today. I want that the world knows which I am and what I do. " In 2004, in Vibe Awards, whereas Dr. DRE is on the point of receiving a price rewarding its formidable career, it is attacked by a man who oneself saying would have seen himself refusing an autograph by the famous producer. Follows a general brawl where Young Buck, benefitting from the disorder, leaves a knife and stabs the attacker in question. In 2005 after a concert in America Lloyd Banks and him are made stop for illegal possession of weapons. Currently (October 2005), it is free in bond and on standby of its judgment pout attempted murder.
Making party of G-Links, it is him which, concurrently to 50 Hundred, has greatest success in the group. Young Buck satisfies his fans and is very grateful towards them. In 2005, it received a price for the singer hip-hop who sold the most album in 2 weeks…
In 2006, Young Buck achieves his goal, to sell 2.500.000 specimens of his album Straight Outta Ca$hville. With Nashville, it is now called " The King Off Nashville" because of its business success. It owes a proud candle with 50 Hundred, it made its share in the success of Young Buck.
Semi-2006 it is named president of the G-Links South under label of the G-Links Records with 50 Hundred like vice president, with artist of the Dirty South .depuis the end of September Young buck created his mark of clothing appelleé David brown tenakey clothing
- 2000 : Born To Be has Thug UTP Records
- 2003: Beg For Mercy #2 (the USA) #39 (FRA)
- 2004: Straight Outta Ca$hville #3 (the USA) #75 (FRA)
- 2004: T.I.P. Unreleased Tracks
- 2007 : Buck The World
Collaboration and appearance
- 2003 : Blood Hound feat. 50 Hundred on the album Get Rich Gold Die Tryin'
- 2003: Wrinkle Wit U feat. Joe & Lloyd Banks on the album And Then…
- 2003: I' m has Gangsta feat. Youthful & Skippa on the album Dysfunktional Family OST
- 2004: Work Magic feat. Lloyd Banks on the album The Hunger For More
- 2004: O It' S One feat. Petey Pablo on the album Still Writing In My Diary: 2nd Entry
- 2004 : Killin Folks feat. MC Eiht & Skip on the album Tony Smallz Smoke In Tha City
- 2005: Hate It Or Coils It (G Links Remix) feat. 50 Hundred, The Range, Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo on the album The Massacres
- 2005: I Know You Don' T Coils to Me feat. Tony Yayo, 50 Hundred & Lloyd Banks on the album Thoughts Of has Predicate Felon
- 2005: Look Alive feat. Close-cropped Kass & Strong ARM Steady on the album Institutionalized
- 2005: Last Of has Dying Breed feat. Young Jeezy, Trick Daddy & Lil Will on the album Let' S Get It: Thug Motivation 101
- 2005: Stay Fly feat. Three 6 Maffia, Eightball & MJG on the album The Most Known Unknowns
- 2005: You Already Know feat. Lloyd Banks & 50 Hundred on the album Get Rich Gold Die Tryin' OST
- 2005: Don' T Need No Help on the album Get Rich Gold Die Tryin' OST
- 2005: I' L Whip Ya Head Servant boy feat. 50 Hundred on the album Get Rich Gold Die Tryin' OST
- 2005: Datz Me feat. YoungBloodZ on the album Ev' rybody Know Me
- 2005: Breaks (Remix) feat. Daddy Yankee & Lloyd Banks on the album Barrio Fino In Directo
- 2006: Give It To Me feat. Mobb Deep on the album Blood Money
- 2006: Undertaker feat. T.I & Young Dro on the album King
- 2006: Iceman feat. Lloyd Banks, Scarface & 8Ball on the album Rotten Apple
- 2006: Sleep feat. 2Pac & Chamillionaire on the album Pac' S Life
- 2006: Money In The Bank feat. Lil' Scrappy on the album Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live
- 2006: Project Niggas feat. Mobb Deep on the album Buck The World
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