Game & Young Buck Release a Song Together. Is a G-Unit Reunion Out of the Question in 2014? (Audio)

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In 2013, the world saw the pictures of former G-Unit members Young Buck and Game together in the studio. There were all smiles and daps, but did any music ever come of it?

With Outkast back at it, and 50 Cent and Fat Joe sharing mics, the conversation quickly changed. But in a week that seems surprising already, Cashville and Compton connect in audio. Even David Ruffin could not have seen “Rolling Stone” coming. It’s a bit raw, a bit mixtapey, but clearly, Jayceon Taylor and Buck knew it was happening, as their verses overlap the same subjects too closely for coincidence. Seemingly, neither artist uses this opening track as platform to grandstand about beef, get a swipe in at 50 or the other G-Unit members, or do much more than tough-talk about weaponry and street survival.

– Oh yeah, Kay Slay’s longtime protege/artist Papoose is on this too…


Perhaps reminiscent of DJ Khaled’s assembly of Beanie Sigel and Jadakiss back in ’05, does the unforeseen reunion measure up, at all, to years, and years, and years of harsh words to each other on records, interviews, and social media?

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