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On a hot street of chain-linked yards in North Nashville, not far from the hot-chicken joint 400 Degrees and the auto detail shop known to the neighborhood as Pinky’s, sits a small abandoned house. Paint peels from its railing in ragged strips. Plywood sheets stand where windows should be. On its porch, a lifetime ago, Young Buck used to fall asleep.