For this episode of 'Address the Tweets,' G-Unit open up about their new project, 'The Beauty of Independence,' the upcoming full-length album, wack verses, jail talk and more. Get involved in the conversation.
The deluxe version of G-Unit's 'The Beauty of Independence' EP just dropped exclusively at Best Buy (Nov. 10) and to celebrate one of our favorite hip-hop super groups we're giving you part deux of our 'Wikipedia: Fact Or Fiction?' interview with them.
To coincide with G-Unit's reunion, which is celebrated on the current issue of XXL magazine, the publication has released a full-length documentary with hip-hop's ultimate crew. Exclusive interviews with 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd are included.
The reunited G-Unit crew grace the cover of XXL magazine’s final print issue. All five soldiers -- 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd and Young Buck -- stand together in solidarity under the tagline, “Break Ups 2 Make Ups of Rap’s Ultimate Crew.”
Are you up to speed on all things in the Unit? Find out interesting facts like the rapper that prevented 50 Cent from being on a Jennifer Lopez song and how Lloyd Banks' sophomore album really got leaked to the public. This is You Think You Know Hip-Hop? -- the G-G-G-G-G-G-G-Unit edition.
Lil Scrappy has a message for the naysayers: stop hating. On his new single, 'They Hate Me,' the Atlanta rhymer addresses those haters who can't stand to see him getting so much paper. Helping Scrap put them paws on the critics is Young Buck, who just got out of prison.