G-Unit Discuss ‘T.O.S.’ Album

50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo of G-Unit took some time out to talk with CBS News about the group, Lloyd filling the gap created by Young Buck’s departure, their next album, ‘T.O.S.’, aka ‘Terminate On Sight’, 50 Cent’s film debut in ‘Righteous Kill’, and juggling multiple projects. Watch the interview via YouTube below.

G-Unit ‘I’m Bout That’ Video

50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo of G-Unit are out with the video to their new release ‘I’m Bout That’, off the New York City based hip hop group’s forthcoming second album ‘Lock And Load’. Watch it below.

G-Unit ‘Rider 4 Real’ Video

G-Unit 'Rider 4 Real' music video

50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo of G-Unit are out with the video to their new single ‘Rider 4 Real’, from their second album ‘Lock And Load’, out later this year on Interscope Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

G-Unit ‘Good To Me’ Video

G-Unit are out with the video to their new single ‘Good To Me’, from the 50 Cent fronted hip hop group’s second album ‘Lock And Load’, out later this year on Interscope. Watch it below.

G-Unit Records Promoter Promo

G-Unit Records is always looking for new promoters from all over the country to help represent the company. Watch footage of the 50 Cent crew promoting ‘Curtis’ and more and find out how to join the crew in a video clip below.

G-Unit ‘Feel Good’ Video Unrated Version

G-Unit are out with the unrated version of the video to their new single ‘Feel Good’, off the 50 Cent led group’s second studio album ‘Shoot To Kill’, out December 18th on G-Unit Records. Watch it below.

50 Cent Cuts Off G-Unit Crew

G-Unit

50 Cent tells XXL magazine the days of him financing his G-Unit crew are over. 50 explained, “Whether I got to give them $500,000 or $300,000 … Just ’cause they want $300,000 more to make what they [are] doing at the time comfortable. Like, ‘yo, I want to get this new place over here.'” The rapper said he recently called a meeting and told the artists at his label that the free ride was over. “Laze was there as representation of M.O.P., Havoc and Prodigy,” he explained. “Banks, Buck. Spider was on the phone. Olivia was there. Sha Money was there. I broke it down. I told them I wouldn’t be assisting them financially anymore. Pretty much I was telling them I wouldn’t be there. [In the past] they’d make a lot of money and spend a lot of money and have me there to fix it.” Read more.

Pepsi Smash Mic Pass Featuring G-Unit

Pepsi Smash Exclusive: Mic Pass features G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks, Young Hot Rod, Freeway, Spider Loc, Billy Danz and Lil’ Fame of MOP, and Tony Yayo. Watch it via YouTube below.

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