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.
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 kick down the door once again with a new release. Coined “All About The Drug Money,” the track features Tony Yayo, Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd rapping over Troy Ave’s similarly titled cut.
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 […]
G-Unit won’t be denied, nor do they plan to phase out. After blessing fans with their The Beauty Of Independence EP, the veteran collective keep the content coming with a video for track one, “Watch Me.”
G-Unit have been very methodical in using the element of surprise to their advantage since reuniting at Hot 97’s 2014 Summer Jam concert (a surprise in itself). This trend continues with The Beauty of Independence, a six-track EP that seemingly dropped out of the sky.
When it comes to music albums, presentation is just as key as the actual product itself. Especially in the digital age when online music stores offer countless options of various images before one song is even heard. The need to stand out is more vital than ever and artists have to differentiate themselves from competition […]
Hip-Hop artists interact with their peers and camps as if they were family members when the truth of the matter is, the music industry is simply a glamorous business. When situations deteriorate, artists with enough sense and experience take what they learned and move to their the next facet of the career.
Young Buck is about to emerge from bankruptcy, without having to pay any of his creditors back. That includes his old G-Unit buddy 50 Cent.