G-Unit Veterans Young Buck and Sha Money XL are recording together once again.
Since his release from prison after an 18-month sentence on weapons charges, Young Buck has been hitting the studio. Having released tracks like "Rage" and "Gettin' Back," Buck Marley has even more news on his comeback.
Taking to Twitter, frequent G-Unit producer Sha Money XL first shouted out Buck:
@youngbuck Get em Buck!
— SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) November 1, 2013
Buck responded to the shout-out, following it up with the hashtag, #HARDWORK.
— The Real Young Buck (@youngbuck) November 2, 2013
Finally, Sha Money posted an Instagram picture of Buck in the studio, confirming that the two have gotten in the lab together with the caption, "Quad to Quad From NYC to Nashville-Shadyville to Cashville me and my brother @buckshotz gonna always rock. We back in the kitchen cooking up. #Teamwork #Cashville":
Young Buck collaborated with Sha Money previously on G-Unit's debut album Beg For Mercy ("Beg For Mercy"), as well as Young Buck's Straight Outta Cashville ("Do It Like Me"). Buck's falling-out with 50 Cent precipitated his departure from G-Unit.
Recently, Sha Money left his executive position at Def Jam, and signed to Epic Records