You won't really get a lot of the mainstream, lovey-dovey side because that wasn't a part of my life in the beginning.
— Young Buck
It was like an honor thing for me to meet 50 cause I respected his whole story.
The people I used to have around me from Nashville was showing love to the Cash Money clique on the strength of Buck trying to make it; making sure Buck gets to where he gots to go.
Everybody was in struggle, in the grind trying to make it.
I started rapping when I was about 12 or 13, just playing around with it.
With me being form the South, I wanted to make this album like a G Unit.
I was young and so eager to make some money as well as get exposed and show my talent.
I felt like if I wasn't around, maybe my shot would be gone.
There's really no age limit when you out there in those streets.
I been doing music my whole life.
I want the world to get a feel of me, showing them the way I am and the way I get down.
I came back to the hood and got in those streets and started doing whatever it took for me to provide.
I was young and felt like it was opportunity 'cause they were moving units back then on the underground scene.
Around the age of 14, 15, I was in the studio, serious about it.