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."
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.
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.
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.
Young Buck has arguably had some of the best verses on the recent string of G-Unit freestyles, and it hasn't slowed his solo output either. Today, the rapper delivers an aggressive new track, "Fye", yet another strong showing from the rapper.
We've now arrived at the point when you can determine if a 2014 track is hot by G-Unit's choice to freestyle over it. Continuing in their conquest of charting songs, 50 Cent and Co. (and, of course, Kidd Kidd) have just released a version of Chris Brown's "Loyal."
G-Unit continue their onslaught of freestyles as they treat fans to another one just in time for the 4th of July festivities. After bodying Future’s “Move That Dope” instrumental the other day, 50 Cent, Lloyd Bank, Young Buck, Tony Yayo and Kidd Kidd are back with some more dope bars over YG &
G-Unit continue their takeover of 2014's hot tracks today with today's remix of Future, Pusha T, Pharrell and Casino's "Move That Dope." 50 Cent and Co. go in over Mike WiLL Made It's "Push It"-sampling production, leaving Future's hook intact.
G-Unit have been unleashing plenty of new material since their reunion at Summer Jam 2014, freestyling over recent tracks like HS87's "Grindin' My Whole Life" and Drake's "0 To 100".
Today, they take it back a bit, going in over RZA's instrumental for the Wu Tang Clan's classic track, "Tearz".
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."