How much is Young Buck worth? $ 100 thousand
How did Young Buck earn his money and wealth?
Young Buck was born on March 15 in 1981. He is best known as an American rapper. He had recorded songs under many popular labels. In 1995, Young Buck collaborated with Cash Money Records when he got an opportunity to perform to “Baby”, who is a co-founder of Cash Money. Even though Young Buck was signed with Cash Money Records, he never featured on any of their albums. After many years of recording songs with Cash Money, In 2001, Buck and fellow rapper Juvenile decided to leave the label and joined the record label of Juvenile called UTP Records.
He made a contract with the UTP labels which later allowed him to meet with the New York popular rapper 50 Cent, who then signed Buck to G-Unit Records. Before leaving the UTP label, Buck released 2 albums Born To Be A Thug and The Compilation with UTP and rap group in 2003 to join 50 Cent’s record label G-Unit Records and the rap group G-Unit. After leaving UTP Records in 2003, Young Buck come in contact with rap titan 50 Cent who was already making records with his G-Unit. Looking to expand his empire, 50 Cent quickly signed Young Buck to his G-Unit label and also welcomed him as one of the latest members of the rap group G-Unit.
After Buck was discharged from the group for multiple reasons, he released his own tracks attacking, G-Unit 50 Cent, and their relatives. 50 Cent along with G-Unit also fired back with many tracks and instances, including one particular case in which 50 Cent released a phone call recorded with Young Buck, which showed the Young Buck crying and asking for forgiveness for several things he had done. After this instance, Young Buck responded back, saying that it was a fake call, that occurred one year before its release, and appealed that only police record phone calls.
After a long clash between Young Buck and his G-Unit buddies, the dispute seemed to freeze down, with Young Buck stating that he produced one more album for G-Unit Records which will release in 2009. The title of the album would be Rehab. In other interviews, he’s stated that he does not have any problem with 50 Cent or G-Unit anymore, but is currently working on his solo career. He also stated that although he’s still in contact with G-Unit Records, he’s trying to get out of the contract.
In 2010 an interview with Shade 45 radio host Angela Yee, 50 Cent stated that Young Buck is still in contract with G-Unit Records. However, Young Buck has later cleared the confusion that he is currently signed to no label and no longer signed to G-Unit Records.
What are the most popular appearances of Young Buck?
- Straight Outta Cashville (2004)
- Buck the World (2007)
- The Rehab (2010)
- Beg for Mercy (2003)
- The Beauty of Independence (2014)
- The Beast Is G-Unit (2015)
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