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.
G-Unit appeared on 50's 50 Cent Is The Future mixtape, making that their first tape together, which they followed up in 2002 with No Mercy, No Fear. No Mercy, No Fear contained original cuts like "Wanksta" as well as freestyles over tracks like Diddy's "Victory" and Eminem's "Soldier."
If you need to put G-Unit back into your iTunes (and why wouldn't you?), head here to cop No Mercy, No Fear.
It's like niggas rate the respect of who gat bigger
Banks been blowin' on purple stuff before that fat nigga
Henny's make dollars, and dollars make death threats
I'm doin' remixes to bulletproof the Lex next
Duck nigga, everdays war
I'm heavy on sports, to my draw like NBA's store