Though the once-mighty G-Unit bond has been left in tatters,Young Buck's work ethic remains more prolific than ever before. As they say, you can't keep a good man down. Amidst rumors circling his name, Buck kept his nose to the grindstone and dropped off Compulsive, his latest ten-track mixtape. Opting to go the no-features route, save for a lone contribution from the eccentric West Coast singer Kokane, Buck's project is sure to please his loyal fanbase, and those seeking relics of a simpler time. I mean that with no disrespect, as Buck first made an impression during his 2003-2004 G-Unit run, and many of his stylistic tenets remain the same.
On "Move," Buck takes to a hard-hitting piano instrumental, dedicating the track to "street n***as around the world." Reflecting on the nature of his environment, Buck spits bars, evoking some of his earlier work. "Ya'll might call it trappin, I call it survival," raps Buck. "I'm not doing no cappin', death to my rivals." Check out the track now, and listen to Compulsive right here.
I move a little different with this Yay now from the 5-0
Ya'll might call it trappin, I call it survival,
I'm not doing no cappin', death to my rivals