Young Buck 'Got Money' with S1

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According to a post on Symbolic One’s blog, Young Buck raps over one of his beats on a track called “I Got Money,” which just leaked to HipHopGame.com. If you don’t recognize the name, Symbolic One (S1) is one of the area’s most respected producers and part of the excellent Waco hip-hop group Strange Fruit Project. Apparently, the song leaked before anyone at G-Unit bothered to tell S1 they’d be using it. But he isn’t holding a grudge; he’s got an in with G-Unit and expects to work together in the future, he writes.

The song features a sample of his son singing, “I got money, nah-nah-nah-nah-nah,” and a loop of what sounds like thumb piano. Only problem is it cuts off abruptly before the song ends. Even so, give it a listen or two, and just see if you can get it out of your head. -- Jesse Hughey

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