Young Buck can still rap, bankruptcy be damned. It’s hard to say when the former G-Unit soldier will again make national waves, but loyalists know that his mixtape game has been on par over the past couple of years, Live Loyal, Die Rich being no exception (download it here). Those that doubt need only watch the visual treatment of “No Place For Me,” a lonely, Celisizzle-produced track that showcases Buck’s talent on the mic. I will say this until my dying day: Buck was G-Unit’s best. His future is as cloudy as its ever been, but through it all, he continues to carve out a respectable present.
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