Young Buck is preparing a return to rap now that his legal troubles have passed, in addition to his securing a new record deal.
Young Buck was already facing prison time over a $300,000 dollar tax bill with the IRS that streteched back to 2006, he reached a settlement deal with the government.
The issue became complicated when Buck, who is a convicted felon, was accused of possessing a .40 caliber pistol, which was found during a raid of his Nashville, Tennessee home.
His most recent case has resulted in five years of probation, allowing the rapper to continue on with his rap career.
Young Buck is focusing on his label, Cashville Records, which counts artists such as Tupac's group The Outlaws and solo artist C-Bo from the West Coast on the roster.
Young Buck recently inked a deal with Sony Red to release the albums from artists signed to his label.
The signings are the latest for Sony Red, which also recently inked deals with Cormega and Mobb Deep.
While court cases and industry beef seemingly pushed the rapper-turned-CEO up in smoke, the Internet and online media has presented a way for Buck to get his music heard.
He has taken to the streets with several mixtape offerings, including Back On My Buck S**t 1 & 2 and Bond Money.
The Outlaws recently announced via Twitter, that they would be doing a full mixtape together with Young Buck.
@TheOutlawz The Outlawz
Just got off the phone wit tha homie@youngbuckwe bout to do a whole mixtape together on sum ridah shit!
In addition to The Outlaws & Young Buck being in the lab working on a new project , Buck took to Twitter to let the world know the West Coast's own, C-Bo has returned home from a jail bid.