Tony Yayo & Young Buck Team Up For New Track “Devil’s Advocate”

(AllHipHop News) G-Unit reunited? Even without 50 Cent, two former members of the crew connected for a new song. Tony Yayo and Young Buck jump on the track “Devil’s Advocate.”

[ALSO READ: Tony Yayo Says He’s Done With Music & G-Unit Is Over]


Listen to Yayo and Buck’s collaboration below.


  • Ain’t No Future In Yo Frontin’

    That was garbage on a whole new level but you can tell Buck ain’t lost it

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  • bigdoe6

    Why he dropping music now? He should’ve been working man. 50 had a platinum spoon in these dudes mouths. Smh.

  • BUCK!

  • Reblogged this on HUEY mix wit RILEY.

  • Brindle

    good for buck, yayo need to step is lyrics and flow up though… these fools should’ve been going hard long before now

  • MrNoName2K

    nah ill pass…though Buck still showin signs of life..they definitely missin that formula 50

    • jason

      go listen to bucks new track “trained to go” its better than everything 50 has released this year. buck doesnt need 50 to make good songs he can do it by himself. 50 would only make him more relevant but at this point in time 50 is having a hard enough time keeping his own ship afloat. 50 cant rap like he used to but buck still got that g-unit flow and all his new songs are dope.

  • Phatt Killah


  • this joint decent to me.. gonna give it some burn on my radio show this friday.

  • hoeyuno

    I’m glad these two working together but hopefully they spent more then the 20 mins in the lab together that it took to make this track..

  • Intro was nice,Beat Decent, Yayo’s first verse wasn’t that Bad and personally i’ve never been a Yayo Fan, That lil bridge in between and right before Buck verse was unnecessary…Buck Straight Took off on it…could’ve did without the reporter at the end…all and all decent track but not enough to play back…in my opinion.

    • Guest

      this is good enough to play back. bucks verse is way better than a lot of rappers you hear today and the beat is sick. iv got his verse on repeat lol

      • I’d have to just edit it to Buck’s vs only…don’t wanna sit thru all of that to get to the good part…kind of like Jeezy verse on Ross “War Ready” track…only thing i like is Jeezy verse.

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  • Oliver Rupčić

    ALSO READ : Yayo is done with music. Here is his new track feat Young Buck.

  • Havoc Wreaka III

    Please stop

  • baller187

    yayo aint up no mo, that money be gone that was ten years ago

  • Jason Mazur

    Still talking Crack rap like it was the 80’s and 90’s. Dudes don’t be in the kitchen like that no more.

    • Arrie Mental Woodard

      oh you thought something was going to change???? come on man

    • jason

      yes they do it called trap music you retard. you didnt get trap rappers in the 80’s and 90’s it was gangsta rap back then. this is like trap/gangsta rap.

      • Jason Mazur

        Tony Yayo is from NY and in NY dudes aint cooking that crack like that, they selling pills, weed, coke and heroin and THEY aint making none of it. OK so if you baggin up in the kitchen you the lil man anyway and could just as easy bag up in the living room lol. Anyone doing any real numbers got a whole different set up. Song is wack, concept is wack and as a matter of fact….you wack.

      • j-rock

        “Anyone doing any real numbers got a whole different set up” please explain how where you cook the shit or how its set up affects how much money you make? all you need is a house and a cooker and you can make a shit load of money from it. type in on google “jailed for cooking crack in new york” and look at all the different results that come up just from this year alone. them new york niggas cooking that shit just like everybody else.

      • Jason Mazur

        I didn’t say it was non existent but to be rhyming about it like it’s the hottest shit going and all the rave just ain’t it. And this is a music forum right? They trying to relate to the most people right? The crack epidemic is over. Their are still users but the main day is OVER. So how many people gonna feel this song when 1 yayo is wack and 2 the content relates to significantly less people then back in the day. This ain’t the south and trap houses are not in full effect here.These lil dudes make far more money pitching what I said up top. Throw some guns and ass in there and you can damn near forget about crack. As far as the set up, we ain’t talking about making 10K even 50K out ya grandmas kitchen. That in’t real money. That’s 9 to 5 money. Most dudes don’t even see that out they dirty ass cribs. Empire money takes more than that. #FACT

  • Realist4200

    Buck still got it. Yayo? Meh.

  • Restlesscali

    Yayo? Naw, dude fell off.. Buck on the other hand, still got that flow..

    • Arrie Mental Woodard

      when was he ever on??? lets not act like Yayo was out rapping anybody!

      • Restlesscali

        very true, I stand corrected

      • Arrie Mental Woodard

        real shit tho, yayo always had some pretty dope beats on solo joints. the music him and danny brown made was pretty good, and he even had Lil B sounding 1/8th decent lol.

      • Restlesscali

        hahaha, lol

      • kunchewa

        yayos not the best rapper but hes certainly not he worst. if you compare him to all these fake ass rappers you her today some of them might sound better but the majority of them are fake. yayo is a real rapper who talks about real life experiences. all these mainstream rappers are entertainers not real rappers. they lie about everything just so it sound good. i prefer real rap im not in to all that fake shit .

      • Guest

        yes i agree, all these new rappers talk about is money. its not even rap anymore. half the niggas who say yayo is wack probably have somebody like chief keef in their top 5 lol

      • Arrie Mental Woodard

        i do think yayo is wack but there are alot of wack rappers with good backstory…. but Chief Keef is not on any list of mine. im from the 90s era of music so the majority of these young new iggans get no burn around my parts

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  • RichFromBX

    Yayo’s rhyme sounds like it was the 3rd verse ever written by a 6th grader.

  • The drama is better than the song, but it would make good rap beef for 50.

    G Unit civil war? ( On wax though )

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  • Mos High

    Not really into this type of content, however its the one the only songs I actually thought Yayo was alright. Buck still has a flow. I think that whole think with 50 and Buck and Game did no good for any of them musically. 50 seems to be good business man but I think he messed up his musical length with out have others around him. G Unit was a big deal. Now everyone including 50 musically is sub par

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  • Terrance Goodman

    Well I know mazaradi fox must have been writing yayo ryhmes