DJ Whoo Kid is undoubtedly one of the most legendary mixtape DJ's of our time. Over the course of his career, he's hosted mixtapes for some of hip hop's titans. Whoo Kid's been on board with the G-Unit movement from damn near it's inception and worked with each member on their own mixtapes. Today, he joins forces with Young Buck and Raekwon for their new track, "NY Shit" for an exclusive HNHH Premiere.
DJ Whoo Kid taps Young Buck and Raekwon for the new song, "NY Shit." Buck makes his way from Cashville to NYC and links up with Raekwon to deliver a heavy New York banger that delivers a hint of nostalgia for any fans of G-Unit's mixtape run. In an exclusive quote to HNHH, Young Buck explains that although he's Nashville, NYC holds a special place in his heart.
"NYC is like my second home, and I wanted to give back to the streets on this one. Whoo Kid and I went back into our classic mixtape mode for this one." He said.
Young Buck's been going hard. At the tail end of 2017, he delivered his latest mixtape, 10 Street Commandments and followed up with a video for "Run Off." However, it seems like he has more in store for the future. Earlier this year, it was revealed that Buck's next project will be executive produced by 50 Cent and Dr. Dre. Prior to that, he released his single, "Can't Lose" ft. Twanee and a few days a go, he released the visuals for the song. Keep your eyes peeled for more moves from Young Buck.
My Puerto Ricans in the Bronx got bricks like Chapo
I bring terror to n***as squads like my name Fat Joe
I'm a project n***a, Marcy n***a my hat low
My Queens n***as have you sayin' 'what you do that fo'?'