Young Buck has been booted out of the group G-Unit by leader, 50 Cent on April 7, 2008. But still remains signed to the record label.
His third single is entitled "U aint going Nowhere" featuring latoya.
His sophomore album entitled "Buck the World" sold 140,000 copies first week of sales.
Buck released his second single entitled "Get Buck".
Young Buck knew Tony Yayo before Tony went to jail.
Confirmed producers for his sophomore album are Jazze Pha, Dr. Dre, J.U.S.T.I.C.E League and Timberland.
Buck refers to 50 Cent as "Big Buck" as said on the set of Lloyd Banks's Video shoot for "Help".
Young Buck dated famous R&B singer Monica but broke up. He stated that he felt she was developing feelings that he wasn't.
He refers to his home town Nashville Tennesse as Cashville Tenakee, referring to ten a kilo.
He has appeared in 2006 on Lil Scrappy's hit single "Money In The Bank" from his album "Bred to Die, Born to Live".
As of 2005-2006 he has had an ongoing feud with rapper the The Game who was formerly on G-unit but was kicked out due to stating he would like to work with artist's who at the time were feuding with G-unit.
His music was recently banned from several clubs in Atlanta due to him fighting one of the Dj's for playing his rival The Game's single "One Blood".
Young Buck stabbed a man in defense for Dr.Dre during the Vibe awards.
His record label is called Cashville Records and is also known as G-unit South.
He admitted to helping Spider Loc get signed to G-unit Records by introducing him to 50 Cent on the set of his video "Shorty Wanna Ride".
The first official single to his sophomore album is entitled "If You Want Some" featuring Jazze Pha.
Young Buck's sophomore album is entitled "Buck The World" and is scheduled for release November 28. But now has been pushed back to February 6th of 2007.
Young Buck Is Part Of The Group"G Unit" Along Side: 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, The M.O.P, Mobb Deep, Young Hot Rod & The First Lady Of G-Unit Olivia.