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Lloyd Banks had a banger in the summer but does that mean G-Unit is back? Not exactly. In a recent MTV interview he was quoted as saying:
“Nothing stays the same and this kind of change … a lot of people are looking at it like the collaborations are happening all of a sudden,” he said. “But it’s because when we first came out in the industry we had such a big umbrella that if you needed a feature you didn’t have to look too far. If you needed an R&B feature, Nate Dogg was there. Or Snoop was there if you need a weed record; Buck was down South. We had so much under the umbrella that I didn’t need to look outside the circle. The collaborations, specifically the New York ones, are important, especially if we want to get back in the position that we should be.” (MTV)

At least he realizes that G unit is falling off and they need that NY love to stay relevant. 50 still has a big presence in the industry but with hiphop artist selling 150k and being a success the days of G Unit are numbered.

  • Cool

    Lloyd Banks say one thing Mike Stylezz say another.

    Where does he actually say G Unit have fallen off?

  • Youngface

    ya'll need to be looking towards connecticut and stop thinking newyork runs the east…. connecticut is Ny best talent