Rapper makes surprise moves with first post-prison collabs.
Young Buck has a couple of familiar rap faces aiding in his post-prison comeback.
"Fresh outta prison!" Buck says in the video with Waka, before they each jump in the booth to record. Fellow Bricksquad 1017 artists Wooh Da Kid and Nephew Texas are also featured in the clip.
Of the two collaborations, teaming with Game is arguably the most anticipated. The onetime label-mates-turned-adversaries officially buried the beef with the minute-long recording of them brainstorming ideas for their new track, "Rolling Stone."
Aside from the videos, Buck hasn't dropped details behind the cuts, but ex G-Unit exec Sha Money XL did offer the Game reunion his stamp of approval, tweeting, "Get em Buck!" with a photo from the recording session.
Buck, born David Brown, was released from the Yazoo City Federal Prison in late October, four months earlier than scheduled for his 18-month sentence stemming from a 2005 weapons arrest.
After years of well publicized legal and financial troubles, the Tennessee native is said to be working on a new album, King David, and gearing up to release the documentary DVD, Buck Mentality, due out on Dec. 20.
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