Young Buck & Jadakiss Don’t Trust Many, So They Do It By Themselves (Audio)

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Young Buck and Jadakiss are no strangers to deeply personal verses on wax. Both men have had public confrontations with figures once closely associated with them. Teaming with the DJ/producer he made the acclaimed Chronic 2006 mixtape with, Buck and DJ Whoo Kid release “Myself.” With ‘Kiss on the cut, the song is an angst-driven look at why nobody is more trustworthy than ourselves, and when it comes down to the pinch or the dirt, that’s the one place you can always go.

Is this the kind of music that’ll put Young Buck back in the top of the album-making class?

G-Unit and The LOX’s relationship has a come a long way, no?

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