50 Cent does not play when it comes to his money.
The former First Lady of G-Unit has had unprecedented highs on the music front; accompanied by her fair share of lows--but now she's back with a fierce new sound and a lot of new projects on the way.
The Game has rarely discussed his former beef with 50 Cent over the years and according to his latest interview, there was a good reason why.
False alarm. The Game and 50 Cent are not reuniting to make G-Unit whole again. They both just happened to be in the same building at the same time, again.
G-Unit in the hooouuse!!? What?! For the past few months there’s been signs on social media of reconciliation between the Game and his former archenemies Lloyd Banks and to a lesser extent 50 Cent.
For the most part, 50 Cent has remained with the individuals who saw him rise to virtual overnight success in 2003 with the arrival of his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’.
Food and culture blog, First We Feast, in most cases, creates content that makes viewers vacate their desk for an early lunch. Tony Yayo, unfortunately, experienced the site’s fiery side during a hot wing showdown that had hilarious results.
G-Unit have been strategic with their music releases, opting to spoon-feed fans tunes is small portions. This trend continues, as the crew’s The Beast Is G-Unit EP is now streaming guilt-free.
Famed sneaker consignment shop Flight Club primarily became Complex‘s home base for a new series, in which rappers talk about and eventually purchase kicks. The latest installment features G-Unit members 50 Cent, Tony Yayo and Kidd Kidd.
Physical copies of G-Unit’s The Beauty of Independence EP, featuring the original five records and two bonuses, are now exclusively available at Best Buy. From the project, the MCs stream one of the new tracks, “Ease Up.”
G-Unit continues their recent run of steady musical output, dropping a new cut called “Big Body Benz.”