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A Sad Day in Hip-Hop.

a few words that come to mind when describing this quality recording: Commercial Generic Unoriginal Mindless Unintelligent Absurd Awful G-Unit is disappearing off the face of the hip-hop world, and I'm overjoyed. As hip-hop evolves, people are becoming more atuned to how absolutely absurd commercial hip-hop is becoming. I like the way she do it?! Ridiculous. G-Unit (and most commercial rap) has followed suit with the United States economy and plummeted to levels previously unthinkable. What is G-Unit's motivation behind putting out garbage like this? Do they really believe they are pushing the hip-hop envelope with songs like this? Tracks like this are appealing to less people as time goes by, and rightfully so. RIP G-Unit.

song of the summer

if you agree hit YESSSSSS

50 keeps it coming witht the hits!!

all i got to say is...... BANGER!!! beat is bannanas. 50 always got that one of a kind flow. the album T.O.S. (Terminate on Sight) is gonna be straight heat. can't wait for it


Formed: 1999 in New York, NY [Queens]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though G-Unit became generally recognized as the brand name associated with 50 Cent, for instance serving as a catch phrase ("G-G-G-G-G-Unit!") as well as a record label (G-Unit Records), it in fact began as the name of his backing posse. G-Unit were originally a trio comprised of 50, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo (often with the accompaniment of either DJ Whookid or Cutmaster C as their DJ), and this particular lineup resulted in a series of popular mixtapes during the early 2000s: 50 Cent Is the Future,...
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