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G-Unit Radio, Pt. 17 - Best In the Bizness (Blood Money Special Edition)

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The 17th entry in the G-Unit Radio mixtape series features Mobb Deep, the veteran hardcore rap group from Queensbridge who made their debut for 50 Cent's label in 2006. Best in the Bizness is hosted by DJ Whoo Kid in conjunction with Prodigy and Havoc of Mobb Deep. G-Unit affiliates Tony Yayo and Young Buck make guest appearances, as do Nyce and 40 Glocc, neither of whom is part of the camp, though both are heavily featured here. 50 Cent contributes one song, "I'm Not Rich and Still Lying," which is part of a mid-album series of assaults on the Game, an bitter adversary. Best in the Bizness should be of interest to G-Unit fans who can't get enough related product, and Mobb Deep fans may feel inclined to seek out this mixtape as well. The music is hard-hitting and the lyrics are incendiary — this is one for the streets, with no consideration of mainstream crossover.


Geboren: 05. March 1979 in Queens, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Jahre aktiv: '00s

Initially just one among countless other mixtape DJs in New York, DJ Whookid rose to prominence alongside fellow Queens native 50 Cent and his G-Unit posse, whose freestyles he featured extensively and exclusively on his mixes. By the time 50 blew up in early 2003, Whookid (born Yves Mondesire) had already released a half-dozen or so mixtapes featuring G-Unit, including 50 Cent Is the Future, No Mercy, No Fear, and God's Plan. Following 50's huge breakthrough, the Queens rapper continued to grace...
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