Young Buck: Biography and music career

Published At: 12 April 2020 , 05:30 PM


Young Buck is a street rap veteran. David’s career began when he was 14 years old when Birdman signed it to his Cash Money label, but in 2004 Buck and Juvenile left the label and switched to UTP Records, where he met 50, who immediately signed it to his G-Unit. In the same year, Buck released his debut, Straight Outta Cashville, which went double platinum and made a name for David. In 2007, he released his second album, Buck The World, which was also very warmly received by critics. In 2008, after a conflict with 50, Buck left the G-Unit. But on June 1, 2014, the group announced a revival and since then, Buck has been actively working in the team.

Since 1995, he has been responsible for six studio albums.


Since 2004, he has been nominated 14 times in various nominations at different venues, but has never won;

In 2012 he was sent to prison for 18 months for possession of weapons without a license;

He started to rap at the age of twelve;

The rapper was shot twice: in 2000 after the invasion of his house and in 2012 when he returned home from the studio;

He had beefs with The Game, Lil Wayne, Dj Khaled, and 50 Cent;

He has two daughters and one son.

Ten toes down

Back in 2015, Young Buck decided on a kind of challenge, within the framework of which he planned to release ten mixtapes in 10 months. He burned down almost at the start, and then, apparently from hopelessness, he decided to sit in jail. Relax and tidy up your thoughts in order to return to the game with a new burst of energy.

Now the artist is free and ready to resume the series. “10 Toes Down” contains a dozen exciting tracks from a G-Unit member, with a couple of guest couplets from Boosie Badazz and Moneybagg Yo.