G-Unit Mixtapes

The Lost Flash Drive
The Lost Flash Drive
G-Unit
After a 24 hour delay, DJ Whoo Kid’s unreleased Lost Flash Drive mixtape with G-Unit has finally arrived.
The Great Escape: El Chapo 3
The Great Escape: El Chapo 3
Tony Yayo
This year, many rappers have paid tribute to the Mexican drug kingpin known as El Chapo, who, in July, escaped from prison for the second time. Chapo was the namesake for a huge collab between Game and Skrillex as well for one between the FBG trio of Casino, Future, and Young Scooter.
Halloween Havoc 2
Halloween Havoc 2
Lloyd Banks
It's a night after Halloween, but Lloyd Banks is extending the holiday with a brand new mixtape, Halloween Havoc 2, the sequel to his tape from 2008. Banks announced the tape earlier today, and he's come through with a 13-track release with no features. There's some variety on the production, but some names to look out for include: Araab Muzik, Automatikk, and Tha Jerm. 
Before The Beast
Before The Beast
Young Buck
VERY HOTTTTT
Young Buck is warming us up for the G-Unit EP The Beast Is G-Unit by giving us a mixtape Before The Beast. We already know we're in for some heavy bangers based off leaks like "Count Me Out" and "Exclusive".
No Mercy, No Fear
No Mercy, No Fear
G-Unit
VERY HOTTTTT
No Mercy, No Fear is the second mixtape from G-Unit, originally dropped in August 2002. 50 and G-Unit recorded the tape following their $1 million deal with Interscope and Shady Records. This classic mixtape contains "Wanksta" which was later used in the "8 Mile" soundtrack, as well as 50's own classic debut Get Rich Or Die Tryin.  We decided it was only right to add No Mercy, No Fear to our ever expanding catalogue of mixtapes. Enjoy.