Straight Outta Cashville claimed the title of Young Buck's debut release, and quite frankly ne'er has there been a truer album title. The Shady/Aftermath/Interscope/G Unit juggernaut (or more likely Hummer) keeps on motoring on. Let Me In is the opportunity for G Unit's very own dirty south representative to have a crack at the solo game.
Let Me In certainly has a dark and dirty feel to it helped by the fact neither Eminem, nor his protégé 50 Cent got anywhere near the production credits. Instead the producing was left to Needlz. 50 does get his couple of bars on the mic' but it's never more than a very small cameo appearance.
Probably the least commercial release from the G Unit Records label, yet also the most intriguing. Listening to Let Me In makes you wonder whether G Unit's success was merely accidental fame as far as Young Buck's concerned - a chart hit this wont be, but Let Me In is a timely reminder that true hip-hop is still alive.