G-Unit Reunites for Performances, Has New Music Planned
This week, 50 Cent’s Animal Ambition finally comes out, but another one of his projects has already started receiving attention: A G-Unit reunion and possibly more music.
The hip-hop group from Queens came together, after fights and jail time tore them apart over the past few years, at the recent Summer Jam concert, where 50 Cent did a set. Then, later, all appeared on Power, a Starz show for which he’s executive producer.
But beyond getting back together, the group made up of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck put out a freestyle single called “Nah I’m Talking Bout.” More music, confirmed by producers to XXL, is also in the works.
About this, Buck told the hip-hop magazine: “We got no dates, we working. [We] in the studio. Stay tuned.”
Banks, as well, confirmed their new music is a: “Work in progress.”
Yayo later added: “We just sat at the table, and it happened—that’s it. It feels good. We’re brothers. There’s nothing we can’t work out. Brothers fight all the time. We just dropped a new record [yesterday]. We working. We just taking it one day at a time.”
G-Unit put out two albums during their time together: Beg for Mercy in 2003 and TOS (Terminate on Sight) in 2008, both of which went platinum.
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