For Buck, the move is as much personal as it is business, he said.
“I want to see more artists from where I am from get into the game as well as other artists that just deserve something else, so you will hear something from G-Unit South Records,” Buck revealed to AllHipHop.com. “That’s officially 50 Cent and Young Buck. Its going to be coming to a hood near you. That’s real.”
Buck said that the label was something the two were developing because their plans for it went beyond a logo deal, where a major label markets and distributes the releases- and owns the masters- in return for slapping the logo on the album artwork.
“The goals would be to sell units and to establish myself as a company for the long-term business, not one of them cats that just comes and go,” Buck said. “I want longevity. I love the music before the money so I got a real heart for the shitt.”