6 HOURS AFTER IRS RAID YOUNG BUCK EMERGES FROM STUDIO WITH A CAMPAIGN MESSAGE COURTESY OF DRUMMA BOY
Nashville, TN – There can’t be too many worse ways of waking up on a Tuesday morning than hearing your doorbell ring and answering to find a Federal Agent standing there with a shotgun, telling you that he and several other agents are there to take possession of your personal belongings on behalf of the IRS, but such was the case for multi-platinum, former G-Unit soldier, Young Buck, this past Tuesday. By now the facts are a matter of public record and Buck has already issued a statement to the media (via TMZ) about the events of that day, saying all there was to be said.
That afternoon, Young Buck received an email from his good friend, mega-producer Drumma Boy. There was no message, only some tracks; meant for Buck to take to the Music Row studio where he records most nights and rap out his frustrations about the days events. A lesser man might have gotten drunk, or worse, but Young Buck has been dealing with situations just like this for some time now. So, he took the unspoken advice of his friend and, six hours later, emerged with two songs.
This first is appropriately entitled My Campaign. The lyrics are deep and heartfelt but, is Buck crying over his most recent losses?
“Aye shawty keep that sympathy for that baby you taking care of, anything they done is done did to me now we all aware of” is what he has to say about it all.
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