MTV News reports that according to sources within the camps of Mobb Deep and the LOX’s D-Block crew, both factions have been in talks with the G-Unit and are close to finalizing plans for a tour that would roll out as soon as three weeks from now with all three street-credible crews on the bill. Read more.
50 Cent and his G-Unit crew have finally shot a video for their first single off their highly anticipated G-Unit album, appropriately entitled ‘Beg for Mercy’. The video has a ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ theme and also has a special guest appearance by singer/actress Brandy. The video shows 50 cent and G-Unit ‘stuntin’ and making money, which is quite appropriate since they seem to be doing both. Watch the video below.
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50 Cent and the G-Unit recently stopped by Funk Flex’s show on Hot 97 in New York to chill. They laughed, freestyled and just hung out. To see the pictures and video of what happened, visit hot97.com.
50 Cent’s G-Unit crew will drop their debut, ‘Beg For Mercy’, on November 4th. “It’s like ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin” times ten,” Young Buck told RollingStone.com. “Banks, Buck, and Yayo each bring something significant to the table,” 50 says. “That’s why I signed them.”
50 Cent already recording the follow-up to his smash debut ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin” for release early next year. “February or early March,” he clarified to RollingStone.com. And what about producers? “Dre and Em — absolutely,” 50 says. 50 also talked about his G-Unit Records release of the self-titled debut album by his G-Unit crew, featuring Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and 50 himself. He also talked about his new clothing line.
HitsDailyDouble.com reports that the first release on 50 Cent’s G-Unit will be from the group G-Unit—Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Sha Money XL. The album is expected to come out by the end of the year. “Me and G-Unit are bringing it in 2003,” 50 said. “First, I drop my album and people pay attention. Now that I got their attention, I’m gonna drop the next sh** on them…the G-Unit sh**, both the label and the group. The New Breed brings it all together. It’s like an extension of the mix tape for me—hitting people with something you won’t find anywhere else. I’m not leveling the competition, I’m destroying it.”