G-Unit is out on the road promotion their new EP The Beauty Of Independence. Stopping by Connecticut's Hot 9.31, Buck, Banks, Yayo and Kidd Kidd, addressed why their new projects don't have guest features.
Wow, sad day. This is going to be the last one of these posts that we'll ever do. Anyways, XXL's final print edition is about to hit the shelves, and the cover's just been revealed. G-Unit grace that cover.
Hip-Hop emerged out of a collective struggle against oppression, poverty, and pain. Recently, rappers have been teaming up in order to promote an end to police brutality, even raising money for victims like Mike Brown, and spreading digital campaigns to promote awareness of the issue.
Among a bevy of much poppier artists, G-Unit performed at this past weekend's iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas, and while backstage, the crew's de facto leader shared some of his thoughts on the gradual decline in record sales we've seen in the past few years.
The LA Leakers just dropped off their new mixtape Leaks Of The Industry 14 tonight, which contains 20 new records and contributions from various artists, including G-Unit, The Game, Hit-Boy, Vince Staples, Lil Durk, and many more.
As you might have noticed this morning, G-Unit has been all over New York City and sat down for interviews with the two hip-hop powerhouses in NYC, Hot 97 and The Breakfast Club. During the Hot 97 sit down with Ebro In The Morning, the Unit reveal an estimated release for the upcoming EP The Beast Is G-Unit.