Straight Outta Cashville

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Straight Outta Cashville
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Studio album by Young Buck
Released August 24, 2004
Recorded 2003–2004
Genre Gangsta Rap, Southern Rap, Hardcore Rap
Length 59:23
Producer 50 Cent (exec.)
& Sha Money XL (exec.)
Denaun Porter, Dre & Vidal, Lil Jon, Red Spyda, Three 6 Mafia
Young Buck chronology
Born To Be A Thug
Straight Outta Cashville
Alternative Cover
Special Edition Cover
Singles from Straight Outta Ca$hville
  1. "Let Me In"
    Released: July 2, 2004
  2. "Shorty Wanna Ride"
    Released: August 26, 2004
  3. "Stomp"
    Released: November 20, 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllHipHop 4/5 stars[1]
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[2]
The New York Times favorable[3]
Prefix Magazine (8/10)[4]
RapReviews (8.5/10)[5]
Robert Christgau (dud)[6]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[7]
Spin B+[8]
Vibe 4/5 stars[9]

Straight Outta Cashville is the debut studio album by G-Unit rapper Young Buck. It was released on August 24, 2004 through G-Unit Records & Interscope Records.


Straight Outta Cashville‍‍ '​‍s title alludes to the N.W.A album, Straight Outta Compton, and is a neologism for Nashville, (Buck's hometown).

The singles from this album include "Let Me In", (featuring G-Unit boss, 50 Cent), "Shorty Wanna Ride", and "Stomp", (featuring fellow G-Unit member, The Game & rapper Ludacris). The album features several rappers "outside" of the G-Unit camp, such as Lil' Flip, David Banner, D-Tay, Stat Quo, and others. The album also features production from Lil Jon, Kon Artis, and Klasic from The Bullets Production Team, along with others.

Straight Outta Cashville received minimal promotion after November of 2004 as result of the VIBE award incident, in which Young Buck was arrested for an assault. Though the case was eventually dropped, four months had passed by since Young Buck himself had been able to promote the album.

Sales and certifications[edit]

In its first week of release, Straight Outta Cashville debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 chart with sales of 361,000.[10] The album has since been certified Platinum by the RIAA.[11]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "I'm a Soldier" (featuring 50 Cent) D. Brown, A. Harris, V. Davis, C. Jackson, D. McKinnis Dre & Vidal & Felony 3:34
2. "Do It Like Me"   Brown, C. Burnette, D. Prosper, M. Clervoix Sha Money XL & Chad Beatz 3:51
3. "Let Me In" (featuring 50 Cent) Brown, C. Jackson, K. Cain Needlz 3:44
4. "Look at Me Now" (featuring Mr. Porter) Brown, D. Porter Mr. Porter 4:26
5. "Welcome to the South" (featuring David Banner & Lil' Flip) Brown, A. Thelusma, L. Crump, W. Weston Red Spyda 3:50
6. "Prices on My Head" (featuring D-Tay & Lloyd Banks) Brown, C. Lloyd, C. McMurray, C. Jackson, D. Reed, G. Youance, G. Jones, P. Sawyer Crown 4:21
7. "Bonafide Hustler" (featuring 50 Cent & Tony Yayo) Brown, C. Hampton, C. Jackson, H. Banks, J. R. McCraw, J. Singleton for The Bullets Production Team, M. Bernard, R. Jackson Diverse & Klasic 4:16
8. "Shorty Wanna Ride"   Brown, J. Smith Lil Jon 4:21
9. "Bang Bang"   Brown, K. Cain, S. Bono, J. Stevens Needlz 3:34
10. "Thou Shall"   Brown, A. Vinogradov, K. Risto, W. Nugent Midi Mafia 3:15
11. "Black Gloves"   Brown, C. Navarro, D. S. Matthews, D. Wilson, M. Ribas Doug Wilson & Sean Cane 3:16
12. "Stomp" (featuring The Game & Ludacris) Brown, C. Bridges, J. Taylor, J. Houston, P. Beauregard DJ Paul & Juicy J 4:44
13. "Taking Hits" (featuring D-Tay & Murda Rich) Brown, D. Reed, J. Houston, P. Beauregard DJ Paul & Juicy J 3:47
14. "Walk With Me" (featuring Stat Quo) Brown, A. Tribble , A. Harris, V. Davis, G. Davis, S. Benton Dre & Vidal 4:10