Tony Yayo Songs

  • Some Niggaz (Freestyle)
    Some Niggaz (Freestyle)
    G-Unit veteran Tony Yayo gives us another freestyle over a dope '90s NYC instrumental, this time tackling the beat to Half a Mil's "Some Niggaz". Half a Mil, who was tragically murdered in 2003, was something of a one-hit wonder, but there are few records that sound more New York than "Some Niggaz". As he's done with beats from Rakim, Black Moon, and Wu-Tang, Tony pays homage to the 90s era while still spitting off-the-dome raps relevant to today's game. Yayo's already given us several freestyles this year, so we can expect more leaks on the way.
  • Sex Money Murder
    Sex Money Murder
    We've heard freestyles from Jadakiss and Jim Jones today, and now Tony Yayo joins the ranks of his NY veteran comrades with a not-quite-freestyle over Raekwon's "Ice Cream" (the beat is altered enough to elevate this a bit above a standard freestyle). Assisted by Thirst Mulah and Sose, the G-Unit member gives us a dope update on the classic. 
  • Killin' Every Nigga
    Killin' Every Nigga
    While hopping on whichever instrumental happens to be popping becomes increasingly popular, a few rappers have been reaching back in time for a soundtrack to their freestyles. Fabolous recently took on the iconic "Shook Ones" beat, and today Tony Yayo revives a track from underground favorites, Black Moon, with his "Killin' Every Nigga" record. 
  • Mad Izm (Freestyle)
    Mad Izm (Freestyle)
    The G-Unit freestyles continue. We just heard Lloyd Banks join in on the fun with his "How Many MCs" freestyle, and now Tony Yayo goes back in over the beat Channel Live feat. KRS-One's 1995 hit "Mad Izm".
  • Niggas Talk Shit (Freestyle)
    Niggas Talk Shit (Freestyle)
    This week, Tony Yayo's been dropping freestyles over classic tracks every day. We've already heard him take on tracks by Eric B & Rakim and Main Source, and today it's Black Moon’s “Niguz Talk Shit” that gets the treatment. 
  • Front Door (Freestyle)
    Front Door (Freestyle)
    Yesterday, Tony Yayo shared a freestyle entitled "Southside" that had him going in over a classic Eric B. & Rakim joint, and today he's back with another over a track from the same era. This time tapping Main Source's “Looking At The Front Door” as the landing spot for his bars, Yayo again shows that he would've still been a great rapper had he been born ten to fifteen years earlier. 
  • Southside
    Southside
    In the past couple of weeks, we've heard multiple freestyles from Kidd Kidd, and, today, G-Unit veteran Tony Yayo comes through with his own to match. Yayo goes in for two minutes over a classic Rakim beat for some vintage NYC that we haven't heard in a long time. During the freestyle, Tony raps on police brutality, shouts-out Bobby Shmurda, and shows undying love for his hood in South Jamaica, Queens. What do you think of Tony's chops on "Southside"? It's about time the other G-Unit vets join in on the freestyle fun.
  • Bring My Bottles
    Bring My Bottles
    Young Buck continues his hot streak with a new record today featuring his G-Unit affiliates (although this has not been labeled as G-Unit record), 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. "Bring My Bottles" definitely takes us back to Unit days, with the piano key melody and Buck's killer hook. No details as to what project this song will live on, but this is Buck's second track in recent days, as he dropped off
  • Handle It
    Handle It
    The last time we heard from autotuned juggernaut Ron Browz, it was on the June track "She Ain't Nothin To F Wit." Today, the Harlem crooner partners up with Tony Yayo for a song called "Handle It," which has artwork featuring a photo from Kim Kardashian's "internet-breaking" Pape
  • Laughing At The Haters
    Laughing At The Haters
    DJ Kay Slay is really putting on for NY on his latest The Original Man tape. Due to be released on Tuesday (November 4th), the hotly anticipated project has thus far inspired three drops here at HNHH, all three of which are composed almost entirely of East Coast emcees. The last single, "Don't Say Nothing To Me," dropped yesterday to reader-acclaim. Given the tonal similarities and the quality of the guest verses, "Laughing At The Haters" should be met with equal or greater enthusiasm. The instrumental on this one is courtesy of Gotti Gator.
  • Frosted Leaf
    Frosted Leaf
    Today we get a random yet interesting collaboration between rising producers/trio Watch The Duck, G-Unit's Tony Yayo and G-Unit's go-to DJ, DJ Whoo Kid. We've slowly become more acquainted with these Watch The Duck characters, as they popped up on T.I.'s new album Paperwork as well as Tip's "Girlfriend" remix.
  • All About The Drug Money
    All About The Drug Money
    G-Unit are back with a vengeance, sounding like they never left (or beefed). After surprising us with their The Beauty Of Independence EP, the crew continues their slaughter of beats, with a new freestyle over Troy Ave's "All About The Money."
  • Changes
    Changes
    Perhaps nothing displays The Beauty Of Independence better than the ability to release music how you want to, when you want to. Out to flex their newfound abilities, 50 and company returned today with a brand new six-track EP to hold fans over to their album drop later this year.  "Changes," a highlight off of the new EP, features 50 addressing his broken relationship with Dre and Jimmy Iovine over headphones while the rest of the Unit spits about changes of their own.
  • Come Up
    Come Up
    After a slew of freestyles over some of the hottest beats, G-Unit return this Monday morning with some more new music! The reunited 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo, plus Kidd Kidd, give us an old school feel on "Come Up" which DJ Envy premiered this morning. We recently had a poll on the best G-Unit freestyle since their return, and the very first one "Nah I'm Talkin' 'Bout" won the vote.
  • Ordinary Nigga (Remix) [CDQ]
    Ordinary Nigga (Remix) [CDQ]
    G-Unit are back with a vengeance since their Summer Jam reunion two weeks ago. Plus Kidd Kidd. Today the Unit returns with another new mix, after delivering fresh remixes of Drake's "0 To 100" and HS87 "Grindin' My Whole Life," they decide to use Trey Songz and Jeezy's "Ordinary." 
  • Real Quick (Remix)
    Real Quick (Remix)
    50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck have reunited once more (we won't be using the term 'reunion' for much longer, it seems).
  • Soldier
    Soldier
    It's Throwback Thursday all over the internets today, and since we've had a lot of G-Unit talk recently  from 50 Cent and Tony Yayo in various interviews, we decided to throw up some classic G-Unit back when they were all on good terms.
  • Devils Advocate
    Devils Advocate
    While he was quiet for some time, it appears that Tony Yayo is back cooking up some new heat. A couple weeks ago, he linked up with Joell Ortiz and Uncle Murda for the tribute track “New York”. Today, Tony reunites with his former G-Unit partner, Young Buck, for this new street record titled “Devils Advocate”. This will live on his upcoming mixtape El Chapo 3. Look for that to drop soon.
  • New York
    New York
    We haven't heard from Tony Yayo in a minute, but he's returned today with a brand new tribute to his hometown of New York. Yayo argues that NY is still as great as its ever been, namedropping Jay Z and 50 Cent's success. He then passes the mic to Uncle Murda and Joell Ortiz to make their case. This track will appear on his upcoming mixtape, El Chapo 3.  The song is produced by Ty Fyffe. Look out for more leaks from the project in the near future. Who has the best verse on this one?
  • Stunt 101 (Papertoy Remix)
    Stunt 101 (Papertoy Remix)
    Australian producer Papertoy has given G-Unit's 2003 single "Stunt 101" the hyperdrive treatment, and it's sonically hyper than the original, to say the least. Purists may dislike this, but it'd probably fit nicely in the latter half of some of your New Years Eve turn-up playlists. Peep the video for the original version below. How do they compare? Quotable Lyrics
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