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About Tony Yayo

A street-centric New York rapper and member of G Unit, Tony Yayo built up a huge buzz rhyming alongside 50 Cent on dozens of mix tapes. Unfortunately, he was sent to jail before the G Unit album was recorded, which resulted in Young Buck's induction into the crew. While incarcered, his name stayed out there, adorning "FREE YAYO" T-shirts rocked by fans and celebrity homies alike. After his release, he dropped two hit singles, "So Seductive" and "Drama Setter," paving the way for his highly-anticipated debut solo piece Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon.

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Listen toTony Yayoon Napster

A street-centric New York rapper and member of G Unit, Tony Yayo built up a huge buzz rhyming alongside 50 Cent on dozens of mix tapes. Unfortunately, he was sent to jail before the G Unit album was recorded, which resulted in Young Buck's induction into the crew. While incarcered, his name stayed out there, adorning "FREE YAYO" T-shirts rocked by fans and celebrity homies alike. After his release, he dropped two hit singles, "So Seductive" and "Drama Setter," paving the way for his highly-anticipated debut solo piece Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon.

About Tony Yayo

A street-centric New York rapper and member of G Unit, Tony Yayo built up a huge buzz rhyming alongside 50 Cent on dozens of mix tapes. Unfortunately, he was sent to jail before the G Unit album was recorded, which resulted in Young Buck's induction into the crew. While incarcered, his name stayed out there, adorning "FREE YAYO" T-shirts rocked by fans and celebrity homies alike. After his release, he dropped two hit singles, "So Seductive" and "Drama Setter," paving the way for his highly-anticipated debut solo piece Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon.

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About Tony Yayo

A street-centric New York rapper and member of G Unit, Tony Yayo built up a huge buzz rhyming alongside 50 Cent on dozens of mix tapes. Unfortunately, he was sent to jail before the G Unit album was recorded, which resulted in Young Buck's induction into the crew. While incarcered, his name stayed out there, adorning "FREE YAYO" T-shirts rocked by fans and celebrity homies alike. After his release, he dropped two hit singles, "So Seductive" and "Drama Setter," paving the way for his highly-anticipated debut solo piece Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon.

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