After dropping the audio bout a week ago, The Unit returns with the visuals for their new track ‘Ahhh Shit’. This one features 50 Cent, Kidd Kidd & Young Buck.
Previously: G-Unit – Ahhh Shit
After taking a small break, The Unit gets back to the music as 50 Cent, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd link up for ‘Ahhh Shit’. It is produced by TM808 Mafia and has them addressing the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. New album coming in November.
Previously: G-Unit – Come Up
After flooding us with new music after they reunited the Unit took a couple weeks off. Tonight they return for this remix to Gap Band’s ‘Outstanding’ to create ‘Come Up. This one has 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd on it. New mixtape and album on the way. Continue reading
Fif, Banks, Yayo, Buck and Kidd Kidd keep the remixes coming this time remixing Jeremih’s DJ Mustard-produced latest single, ‘Don’t Tell ‘Em.’ G-Unit comeback mixtape is on the way. Continue reading
Everyone been on First Take this week. Earlier this week Khaled stopped by, then yesterday it was Lil Wayne providing his input throughout the show’s NBA Finals coverage. While 50 Cent said that the Heat will take it all, Trigga stopped by the desk to suggest that the Spurs will win the series. Continue reading
Friday night, Trav stopped by Power 105 to visit DJ Self’s late night show and gave his take on 50 Cent and Slowbucks situation. Those of you out of the loop,Slowbucks was robbed on stage during a live performance from 50 Cent and launched a private investigation to save his brand. In the conversation, Trav revealed how his decade-long friendship with Fiddy turned sour after he wanted to branch out from being strictly around G-Unit and progress as an artist. He also touches on the infamous picture with 50’s son, Slowbucks and how he’s not the reason the two sides are currently feuding. Check after the jump for the entire conversation also discussing why he’s remaining loyal to Slow and future plans. Continue reading
After 10 years, 50 Cent made his return to Hot 97′s annual hip-hop showcase after being banned in 2004 over a chair-throwing incident. But this year, Fif came out at the end of Nas’ set and transitioned into his own headlining performance, proceeding to bring out each member of G-Unit—Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck—for their first performance together in years. As the crowd roared, celebrating the return of G-Unit, a fight broke out on stage; in the commotion, Slow from Queens duo Slowbucks was visibly angered and was restrained by security. Fabolous, Ebro of Hot 97 and the EVP of Def Jam Shawn Pecas were all seen trying to calm Slow down.
50 Cent takes his promo run to Hot 97 and sits down with Angie Martinez. He talks about his Summer Jam performance, the altercation, G-Unit reunion, Animal Ambition, relationship with his son, the pitch at the Mets game and more.
Previously: Fabolous ft. 50 Cent – Cuffin Season (Remix)