Young Buck is going back to his old ways in his latest song and video, “Back to the Old Me.”
In the Luis Aponte-directed clip, Buck is seen cruising down the street, posting up in a car garage and rapping on top of a train in a train yard.
“Let’s take it back to my first gram / All I wanted was an oz / ’73 with the big motor / Come through looking like the whole key / I’m going back to the old me, to old me, to old me / I’m turning back to the old me,” raps the G-Unit member. “If n—– shooters, we gon’ see / And yeah, I’m f—— with the work / Rich n—- doing dirt / Molly, xans and percs / Anybody getting murked / I’m turning back to the old me, to old me, to old me / Yeah, I’m turning back to old me / I’m bringing down this whole key.”
Towards the end there’s also a “cameo” from Effen Vodka — 50 Cent‘s brand of liquor.
Buck has been on a roll with new songs. Within the last week he released “The Get Back” and “Riot.” Both serves as a socially conscious track about police brutality and were inspired by the recent killing of two black men, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, last week.
It’s unclear where “Riot” will land but “The Get Back” is scheduled to be on Buck’s upcoming 10 Bodies mixtape. The DJ Drama and DJ Whoo Kid-hosted EP is expected to arrive next week.