Boo-Boo back. After signing Uncle Murda to G-Unit, 50 Cent joins his signee on “Statute of Limitations,” a new street-inspired banger.
Over a piano-laden beat, Curtis Jackson reminds listeners of his old nickname. “Ni**as was talking about Boo-Boo,” he raps. “Saying, ‘My man dropped him’ / Word? Body was jumpin’ when I popped him / Next day, ni**as was talking with a different tone.”
In the meantime, Murda is careful not to reveal too much about his past over two verses. “My man stopped my engineer from recording me,” he raps. “Fuck what they think they know, they can’t prove shit / He like, ‘I hear you, my ni**a, but this ain’t how we do shit’ / I know he right, but I don’t want to hear it / I’m spitting in police face and I’m hoping they hear it.”
Fif shared a snippet of the track on Instagram. “This is gonna be fun,” he wrote. “We on the move.” Meanwhile, Uncle Murda added: “Y’all ni**as in trouble now. Boo Boo Back.”
The G-Unit general announced Uncle’s signing back in December. “This year coming is gonna be a hell of a year,” he said at the time.
Murda hasn’t released a full-length studio album since his 2006 debut, Say Uncle. Since then, he’s dropped a steady stream of mixtapes, including last year’s Yellow Tape with Maino. Up next, he is readying his G-Unit debut, The Lenny Grant Story.