Friday, October 7, 2011

Young Buck focused on New Music and New Deal for Cashville Records

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Even during his active days on G-Unit Records, Young Buck was setting up his own business. 50 Cent had given him a position with a company he called G-Unit South. However, G-Unit South was shut down by Jimmy Iovine, who owned rights to the G-Unit name, at the time.

50 Cent still wanted a Southern presence, so Young Buck decided to name the company Cashville Records. Initially, the label was intended to be a home for Southern artists who wanted to be on G-Unit. Soon, it was clear it was Young Buck's own new venture. In 2007, Buck revealed he had his own distribution deal with RED Distribution.

Along with distribution, Young Buck also revealed The Outlawz, the old group of Tupac Shakur, was signed to his label. However, his legal issues and his feud with 50 Cent, hindered Young Buck from focusing on his label. With those issues in the past, Young Buck has the deal with RED Distribution in place and he is ready to release new music.

After releasing two solo mixtapes, Young Buck is teaming up with The Outlawz for a joint mixtape.


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