Following the success of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and their collective G-Unit efforts, it's not surprising that anticipation is high for the debut from G-Unit member Young Buck.

Following the success of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and their collective G-Unit efforts, it's not surprising that anticipation is high for the debut from G-Unit member Young Buck. A native of Nashville, Buck combines his gritty Southern flow with hardcore beats to craft a set that will please G-Unit fans. Lead single "Let Me In" is already a club and radio favorite, thanks to its catchy hook and guitar licks. "Prices on My Head" thumps with a hypnotic bass kick as the artist, Banks and D-Tay trade verses about living a life of infamy. Buck is equally impressive when he holds his own alongside fellow Dirty South MCs Lil' Flip and David Banner ("Welcome to the South"). Other highlights include "Bang Bang" (which samples Nancy Sinatra) and the orchestral "Bonafide Hustler." Buck may not be as charismatic or as lyrically compelling as his cohorts, but he still makes a strong impression.—RH