50 Cent Says The Game & Lloyd Banks' Instagram Photo Was For Publicity
The Game recently attended a club party in Hollywood that was hosted by 50 Cent, perhaps a sign that their decade-old beef might finally be coming to an end.
50 Cent Holds Up "R.I.P Meek Mill" Shirt At Oakland Concert
Though 50 Cent recently turned his attention back to Puffy (who was recently accused of putting out a $1 million hit on Tupac), he's still got plenty of trolling saved up for Meek Mill.
Kidd Kidd Raps An MMG Diss Track At 50 Cent Concert
On Friday night, at the first of two release concerts in support of 50 Cent's The Kanan Tape, the G-Unit boss was able to get a crowd of New Yorkers to chant "fuck Meek Mill!" Last night, at the second show, moving from BB King's to the Highline Ballroom, G-Unit's Kidd Kidd jumped in on the beef, and rapped lines from an MMG diss track he's apparently been working on.
Tony Yayo Jumps In On The Meek Mill/50 Cent Beef
Meek Mill dissed 50 Cent on his new 4/4 track "Gave Em Hope," and 50 clapped back quickly today by sharing several of the Internet's pettiest memes clowning the Philly rapper.
50 Cent Will Release "The Kanan Tape" On Thanksgiving
It's gonna be a hip-hop Thanksgiving this year. Lil Wayne has confirmed that No Ceilings 2 will drop on Turkey Day, as will Erykah Badu's But You Cain't Use My Phone.
#TBT: Lloyd Banks' Early Singles
It's been about 11 years since Lloyd Banks began releasing a string of platinum singles for his debut album The Hunger For More. The Queens-born MC took the game over with those cuts: "On Fire," "I'm So Fly," and "Karma." Banks didn't slow down for about a decade, marking an unforgettable run that has to be given tribute with a Throwback Thursday.
Lloyd Banks Reveals "Halloween Havoc 2" Mixtape Tracklist
Lloyd Banks has been quiet for too long, so fans will be happy to hear that the G-Unit rapper is dropping a new mixtape later today. After teasing the possibility of the sequel back in 2012, Banks is now delivering on his promise of the Halloween Havoc 2 mixtape, the follow-up to his 2008 project.
Is Lloyd Banks Finally Dropping His "Halloween Havoc 2" Mixtape?
Lloyd Banks is quick to announce projects, but not as quick to deliver on the promise. The G-Unit rapper hinted at a sequel to his Halloween Havoc mixtape way back in 2012, and so far, we've seen no sign of it.
D12 Reveal Cover Art & Release Date For New Mixtape
Two days ago we premiered a new record from D12 rapper Swifty McVay, "Funeral," but that's just the tip of the iceberg. D12 have been working together again, and today Swifty has unveiled the cover art and release date for a new mixtape from the early '00s group.
Screen King Immortal: 10 Times 50 Cent Was Name-Dropped In Film & TV
For a while there, in the mid-2000s, 50 Cent was the most visible hip hop star in the country. To this day, he's the only rapper that my 86-year-old grandma can name. Such was his prominence that if you were writing a script for a television show or movie and needed shorthand for "a gangster rapper who everyone knows," odds are you'd pick him. Perfectly fitting the bill for the street-affiliated, unfuckwithable image popularized by '90s legends Tupac and Biggie, Fif also had a dash of showmanship that made him a little less intimidating to the general public.
50 Cent Sues Former Business Partner For $800K Over G-Unit Reality Show
50 Cent is suing former business partner Andrew Jameson for $800K in damages for falsely representing him to cable channel E!, reports TMZ.
#TBT: 50 Cent
You may know 50 Cent from a variety of movies. You may know him for his ventures in the businesses of boxing, energy drinks, or clothing. But if you're like us, you know him for his early 2000s rap bangers. When Get Rich Or Die Tryin' hit the shelves of music stores in 2003, it seemed as if hip-hop had a new king. For a brief period of time, it did. Tracks like "In Da Club," and "21 Questions" were number one hits, and they helped to propel the album to the number one spot as well. 50 was king, no doubt.
Kidd Kidd Arrested During XXL Freshman Concert In NYC
Well this is unfortunate. G-Unit member Kidd Kidd was arrested and taken into custody Tuesday night before the XXL Freshmen concert in New York City. The details as for why he was arrested are still unknown, but filling in his place to perform on his behalf was 50 Cent (who was supposed to be his special guest) and the rest of the entire G-Unit family. Footage captured by a fan (see below) shows Kidd Kidd literally getting put into cuffs and taken away by undercover cops.
10 Best Hip-Hop Crews Of All Time
The hip hop crew is an essential part of success. Whether big or small, every rapper has an entourage. Sometimes it's full of rappers, and other times it's just his buddies from back in the day, nonetheless, weak links in a crew can water down the crew as a whole-- something we took into consideration when crafting this list. You have the multimedia approach that Odd Future takes, and also the full-on lyrical assault that Wu-Tang Clan makes. Both are great crews, but who would comprise a list of the best rap crews of all time?
50 Cent Says Summer Jam Security Didn't Want To Let G-Unit In
Hot 97 Summer Jam is always full of surprises, and one of the biggest this year was G-Unit's crash of Chris Brown's set. The last people we were expecting Breezy to bring out were 50 and the gang, but nevertheless, they came through with classic Get Rich Or Die Tryin' Records Like "What Up Gangsta" and "Many Men".
A Brief History Of The Game's Beefs
Today, The Game became the first major rapper to chime in on the controversy between Lil Wayne and Young Thug. He had to choose Blood over Blood, and, unsurprisingly, chose Carter over Barter, and warned Thugga not to step foot anywhere in the Golden State.
Who Had The Better Verse: Fabolous Vs. Lloyd Banks
New York has always had a strong lineage of lyrical rappers. The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Rakim, and Jay Z cultivated New York Rap with their lyrical candor and unblemished wordplay. While some tried to follow the blueprint of these rap aficionados, many failed. Despite there being a dearth of lyrical rappers representing NY, Fabolous and Lloyd Banks have undoubtedly left their marks. Neither is loud and boisterous, but each pack huge punches within their arsenal. When both men collide on a record, all you hear are #bars, making it pretty difficult to gauge who out-rapped the other.
50 Cent Squashes Beef With Floyd Mayweather
The ongoing riff between 50 Cent and Floyd "Money" Mayweather dates back to 2012, when 50 claimed Mayweather owed him a big check for funding business plans that never actualized.
Webbie Makes 50 Cent Pay Off His Million Dollar Debt With A Verse
Last July, reports surfaced that 50 Cent owed Baton Rouge rapper Webbie $1 million over a boxing match, in which Webbie's guy Terence Crawford knocked out 50's Yuriorkis Gamboa. Since, 50 hasn't paid, and Webbie wasn't happy about it--until now.
50 Cent Calls Joe Budden A "Bitch" On Twitter
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is the producer of, as well as a recurring cast member in, the Starz TV show "Power". Last night, 50 tweeted that "Power" will return on June 6, including a short trailer for the upcoming season, and the quote: "Empires are built on POWER". Joe Budden soon quoted 50's tweet, following with "They petty lol". Joe was apparently referencing the quote at the end of the trailer, "It only starts a war if they know you did it," but 50 initially took Joe's tweet as a diss, and quickly responded with, "what you say bitch!!"