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About G Unit

It's an unwritten rule in rap music: once an artist blows up, you put your crew on. After bum rushing the game through relentless mix tape appearances, 50 Cent went from no label to ten-times platinum, arguably becoming the most famous (living) rapper on Earth. His G Unit posse includes himself, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck, and they bring a bit of stylistic diversity to the table while keeping their rhymes squarely focused on the streets. G Unit's official debut, Beg For Mercy, dropped in late 2003 and features the hit single "Stunt 101."

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Listen toG Uniton Napster

It's an unwritten rule in rap music: once an artist blows up, you put your crew on. After bum rushing the game through relentless mix tape appearances, 50 Cent went from no label to ten-times platinum, arguably becoming the most famous (living) rapper on Earth. His G Unit posse includes himself, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck, and they bring a bit of stylistic diversity to the table while keeping their rhymes squarely focused on the streets. G Unit's official debut, Beg For Mercy, dropped in late 2003 and features the hit single "Stunt 101."

About G Unit

It's an unwritten rule in rap music: once an artist blows up, you put your crew on. After bum rushing the game through relentless mix tape appearances, 50 Cent went from no label to ten-times platinum, arguably becoming the most famous (living) rapper on Earth. His G Unit posse includes himself, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck, and they bring a bit of stylistic diversity to the table while keeping their rhymes squarely focused on the streets. G Unit's official debut, Beg For Mercy, dropped in late 2003 and features the hit single "Stunt 101."

About G Unit

It's an unwritten rule in rap music: once an artist blows up, you put your crew on. After bum rushing the game through relentless mix tape appearances, 50 Cent went from no label to ten-times platinum, arguably becoming the most famous (living) rapper on Earth. His G Unit posse includes himself, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck, and they bring a bit of stylistic diversity to the table while keeping their rhymes squarely focused on the streets. G Unit's official debut, Beg For Mercy, dropped in late 2003 and features the hit single "Stunt 101."