Young Buck - I Know You Want Me

Posted 10 years ago
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Jazza Pha
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After a platinum first effort, Buck is back and looking for repeat success.  The first buzz single to emerge from the new November-ready release, Buck The World, is ‘I Know You Want Me.’  A concept recycled by hundreds of artists, Buck gives the listener ‘some’ with an energy unmatched by many.  The only drawback here might be the repetitive, (and sometimes annoying) “Ladies & Gentlemen…” shtick from producer Jazza Pha, (who seems to be an interesting choice to complement Buck’s overall sound.)

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