The other day G-Unit appeared in a new XXL documentary, where each member was around a table for a round table discussion about their past, present and future. Today we get the second part of the documentary, which runs another 33 minutes (so combined that's like an hour and a half long).
Yesterday XXL dropped off a trailer for their forthcoming G-Unit documentary, which coincides with G-Unit's cover of the final print edition of XXL Magazine. Today XXL has quickly followed up with the first part of their documentary.
G-Unit recently appeared on the cover of the final print edition of XXL-- definitely a bitter-sweet endeavor (or just bitter?). Along with the cover and interview, XXL is prepping a documentary on the rap crew.
Back in August, G-Unit released the first of their two 2014 EPs, The Beauty Of Independence, and thought they announced yesterday that the follow-up was delayed, the Unit gave fans compensation by sharing a video for the first EP's "Changes."
Since its debut last year, Snoop Dogg's GGN webseries has been one of the best, most hilarious webseries around. Today, Uncle Snoop unveiled one of the biggest episodes yet: a twenty-minute-long special with G-Unit.
We already posted G-Unit's freestyle over "NY State Of Mind," but in addition to spitting a freestyle for the Baltimore radio station the three Unit rappers also gave an interview. 50 Cent was absent due to filming of the second season of "Power," while Young Buck was absent due to his daughter's birthday.
The G-Unit crew is still going strong with their promo game. Stopping by the EZ Street Show on WKYS FM in DC to promote their Beauty Of Independence EP, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo & Kidd Kidd were on hand to treat the listeners to some more bars for their listening pleasure.
G-Unit's pushing the high-energy "Watch Me" as the lead single off their new EP The Beauty Of Independence and today they come through with an official music video for the record. The reignited G-Unit movement is strong, they've been doing a lot of interviews lately and dropping a bunch of visuals.
After visiting Charlamagne, DJ Envy, & Angela Yee over at The Breakfast Club earlier Thursday morning, G-Unit kept their promo run going into the evening and stopped by the Hot 97 studios for an interview & freestyle with Funk Flex.
G-Unit been getting busy on the interview circuit. In addition to their 35-minute sit down with Hot 97 for Ebro In The Morning, they headed over to the competing radio station Power 105.1 for a Breakfast Club interview with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy.
Yesterday we got a snippet of this G-Unit interview with Angie Martinez as well as an hour-long interview with Rob Markman on Shade 45. Today Power 105.1 has released the full video of Angie's interview with the Unit which spans a half an hour.
After 7 years on the air, Chelsea Handler is finally saying goodbye to her late night talk show on E!. To help close out the series finale Tuesday night, the Unit decided to grace the stage and perform their intro track “Watch Me”, off the newly-released EP Beauty Of Independence.
The G-Unit takeover is in full effect. After surprising us with their Beauty Of Independence EP last night, G-Unit decides to keep the content coming and release the official video for their Mike Brown/Ferguson dedicated record “Ahhh Shit” featuring 50 Cent, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd.
Last night, G-Unit sent shockwaves throughout the internet when they surprised us with their new EP Beauty Of Independence. With all ears on the Unit today, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Kidd Kidd decided to sit down with Thisis50.com’s Jack Thriller for an exclusive interview.
Mr. Cent and the homies hang out at 50's Connecticut mansion is this hot new video to the Unit's "Come Up" single. The song is the first original recording from the reformed hip-hop collective since they announced new music back in early June after their now-infamous Summer Jam set.
50, Buck, Yayo, Banks and Kidd Kidd keep the momentum rolling on their new material, performing their last remix single "Real Quick" live before June 14th's Mets game. Unlike the last time 50 performed at the stadium, his performance here brought cheers in place of laughter.
Apparently the Animal Ambition publicity tour is still in full effect. G-Unit dropped their remix of Hit-Boy's "Grinding My Whole Life" last week, and now the newly re-formed posse has performed the track live for the very first time.