Young Buck is back with a visual to his song “Trained To Go”.
Young Buck is back in the game and continues to drop some new remixes. Here he drops some bars over Yo Gotti and Meek Mill’s ‘LeBron James’.
Former G-Unit member Young Buck drops a brand new video for his song Separation.
Young Buck is out of prison and getting back to music with his latest visual.
Eventhough Buck is behind bars, his team is still pushing out new material. A few months back we got Buck’s new Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks 44 mixtape, now we get a supporting music video.
Young Buck might be behind bars, but that isn’t stopping him from giving away free bars. Buck’s Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks 44 mixtape just dropped and it features production from Drumma Boy, Lil Jody, and Mouse. 8 Ball & MJG, 2 Chainz, B.G., and Dj Paul come through with features.
Stream and download Young Buck’s Strictly 4 Traps N Trunks 44 mixtape after the break.
Currently on house arrest, Young Buck explains why he decided to buy back his “615″ chain from the IRS auction earlier this week.
Aside from his troubles with the IRS, Buck is currently awaiting his 3 year prison sentence in which he will only end up serving 18 months.
In order to help settle Young Buck’s massive $200,000 tax debt, the IRS auctioned off some of Young Buck’s most valuable property. Items auctioned off included MPC’s, hard drives (hard drives did not contain music. The IRS wiped them clean), TV’s, plaques, and even his trademark 615 Cashville chain was auctioned off. Buck later bought back the 615 chain from the person who bought it.
Memphis rap enthusiasts flocked to the auction in hopes of buying a piece from one of the city’s biggest rappers. The IRS netted $53,000 in the auction. Contrary to reports, Young Buck’s name was not auctioned off. Video courtesy of DjSeriousBidness.
Like he didn’t already have enough on his plate, Young Buck was sentenced to 3 years in prison. Buck was arrested back in 2010 for being a convicted felon in possession of a weapon and ammunition. He will serve the two counts concurrently which will amount to only 18 months. Young Buck reacted to the verdict by saying, “With the judge not considering my history to subtract some time, I’m just thankful for what time I do have.”
“My head is held high, and I’m just looking to get all this behind me,” he added.
Young Buck was shot at 11 times in a failed drive-by shooting earlier this morning while driving his SUV in Nashville, Tennessee. A white Tahoe pulled up, and started shooting at Buck. The rapper was not hurt, but his female passenger was. She was taken to a local hospital, and later released. A third passenger riding in the vehicle wasn’t hit either.