During an interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Fif revealed that he regrets creating the group who helped propel the careers of Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo, before adding that he has no plans of creating a documentary around the group after Whoo Kid raised the question due to the increase in Hip-Hop documentaries.
Looks like Lloyd Banks isn’t retiring after all. Last Friday (March 16) Lloyd Banks shocked the Hip-Hop world when he began to innocently tweet about his love for Hip-Hop before posting that one last ominous tweet, “With that being said…I think it’s time to lay it down.”
Beanie Sigel might not have came out of retirement yet (and probably won’t thanks to Meek) but it seems like Lloyd Banks just did. It’s been almost a calendar year since Blue Hefner dropped Halloween Havoc 2 but today the former G-Unit Boy Wonder jumped back on the Hip-Hop scene with the release the DJ Drama […]
With The Healing Component releasing on Friday (Sept. 23), Mick Jenkins provides a sample of what’s to come with “Fall Through.”
There may be no greater bitter rivalry in Hip-Hop than that between the Game and 50 Cent. So it comes as a surprise that Lloyd Banks posed for a picture with the Compton rapper while they were both in Dubai.
You remember Lloyd Banks, right? Punchline king, from Queens, NY, aka The Boy Wonder…G-Unit?
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.
Eminem and DJ Whoo Kid team up to create Shady Classics, a mixtape full of fan-favorite tracks in advance of the Shady XV compilation LP arriving on November 24.
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.”
UPDATE: Now with part two. Peep the visual after the jump. There’s been no slowing down G-Unit in the months following their Summer Jam 2014 reunion. Having provided some of the biggest rap moments on the year through songs, projects, and radio freestyles, the crew break away from the booth to have a candid discussion […]