G-Unit

Oct
10
New Music: G-Unit – ‘All About the Drug Money’

G-Unit

While they gear up for the November release of their next EP The Beast, G-Unit takes it to the streets on “All About the Drug Money.” Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, and Young Buck rep their clique and sling some gritty bars over Troy Ave’s “All About the Money” instrumental. Hear them push weight.

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Sep
5
Video: G-Unit – ‘Watch Me’

G-Unit

G-Unit in the house. Hot on the heels of their surprise six-track EP, 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, and Kidd Kidd keep the momentum going with the video for “Watch Me” off The Beauty of Independence, which debuted at No. 17 (14,000 copies) this week.

The hip-hop supergroup is already readying another EP called The Beast Is G-Unit for October.

During their visit to Funkmaster Flex, Curtis and company delivered a freestyle on air.

Watch the Unit in action.

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Aug
27
50 Cent Reunites with Chelsea Handler on ‘Chelsea Lately’ Finale

Chelsea Handler and 50 Cent

Chelsea Handler was joined by some famous friends and her former boyfriend 50 Cent on Tuesday’s series finale of her E! talk show “Chelsea Lately.” The former couple, who dated briefly in 2011, saw each other for the first time since their breakup.

“I want to apologize because I did end our relationship abruptly and I know you didn’t come on the show for many years. I didn’t know if you were upset with me,” she told the rapper. “I want you to know that I have not dated a black man since.”

50 said he had been working out in anticipation of his appearance on the show. “But seriously, are you over me?” asked Chelsea.

Curtis and his fellow G-Unit members Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Kidd Kidd also hit the stage to perform “Watch Me” off their new EP The Beauty of Independence.

“I think Chelsea turns me on because she crazier then me lol,” said 50.

The finale also featured a performance from Miley Cyrus and a “We Are the World”-inspired sendoff featuring Gwen Stefani, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa, Fergie, Selena Gomez, Naya Rivera, Avril Lavigne, Jennifer Aniston, and many more.

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Aug
26
Video: G-Unit – ‘Ahhh Shit’

Ahhh Shit

While protests continue in Ferguson, G-Unit goes to war with the police in the video for “Ahhh Shit.” 50 Cent, Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd stage a protest of their own and call out the crooked cops in the stirring clip, which features images from Ferguson. Police patrol the streets, while Al Sharpton demands justice for Mike Brown.

“Now why the f**k did you call them cops? / Throw your hands up, you still gettin’ shot / Here they come now, they out on patrol / They done killed a few, they finna kill some more,” raps 50.

Young Buck is also selling T-shirts, with all proceeds going to Michael Brown’s memorial fund.

On Monday, the group released their six-track surprise EP The Beauty of Independence.

Join G-Unit’s march for justice.

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Aug
25
G-Unit Returns with Surprise EP ‘The Beauty of Independence’

The Beauty of Independence

The Unit is back. Without prior warning, the hip-hop supergroup pulled a Beyoncé and dropped its six-track digital EP The Beauty of Independence on Sunday at midnight.

Their first project since 2008′s T.O.S (Terminate on Site) includes production from Havoc, Ryan “Ryu” Alexy, Lord Quest, and 45 Music.

The EP comes after the group reunited on stage at Hot 97 Summer Jam in June. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, and New Orleans newcomer Kidd Kidd have been dropping remixes and original songs in the meantime.

The music brought them back together after six years. “It’s clear that the passion for what we do is there because you don’t see the same numbers anymore,” 50 told Billboard. “But it’s even more important that you mean something. For me, when I fell in love with [music], authenticity was everything.”

Stream the entire EP below.

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Aug
21
Video: G-Unit – ‘Come Up’

50 Cent

Started from the bottom, not they’re here. G-Unit lives the good life in the video for its Gap Band-sampled hustlers’ anthem “Come Up.”

50 Cent opens the doors to his multi-million-dollar Connecticut mansion and parties with Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, and lots of scantily-clad ladies. From the pool to the dining room, they get it in and Buck even gets his two-step on.

After being challenged by Ludacris and Bow Wow, 50 has taken the ALS ice bucket challenge, along with Buck, Banks, and Yayo.

Watch the Unit “Come Up” and get drenched.

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Aug
18
New Music: G-Unit – ‘Ahhh Shit’

Ahh Shit

In the wake of the Michael Brown shooting, artists such as J. Cole and Elle Varner are using their voices to take a stand.

Now G-Unit’s 50 Cent, Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd stage their own protest with a song entitled “Ahhh Shit.” The hip-hop supergroup gives the middle finger to the police on the 808 Mafia-produced track, which features sound bites from Ferguson.

“Now why the f**k did you call them cops? / Throw your hands up, you still gettin’ shot / Here they come now, they out on patrol / They done killed a few, they finna kill some more,” raps 50.

Hear the Unit get its N.W.A. on.

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