"Coming out of a two year hiatus since his last album release The Rehab former G-Unit member Young Buck is back with new material. On Live Loyal Die Rich the Nashville native teams up with DJ Crisis and renowned producer Drumma Boy to serve a slue of…"
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Coming out of a two year hiatus since his last album release The Rehab former G-Unit member Young Buck is back with new material. On Live Loyal Die Rich the Nashville native teams up with DJ Crisis and renowned producer Drumma Boy to serve a slue of heavy hitting hard in the paint records. Features include a string of fresh artists all residing in Nashville as well as more known rappers Hambino and The Outlaws. This 20 track compilation isn’t all the rapper has planned for 2012. Young Buck is set to release three more mixtapes later this year including Vol. 3 of well received Back On My Buck S***. He also has a collaboration album with Savion Saddam in the works.
On the new tape Buck brings his signature in your face rap style with a twist of southern flare. To hear the first of what you can expect from Young Buck this year check out the new Live Loyal Die Rich mixtape and give us your thoughts.
"Wayne's two albums will still come out sooner than a 50 cent and/or G Unit album lol remember filing Chapter 11 Bankruptcy freezes assets so that might of impacted G Unit records and prevented Fif from dropping official albums... But still well…"