Tony Yayo has been dropping some dope tracks where he’s going over vintage cuts. He’s went off on Eric B. & Rakim’s seminal cut “Paid In Full,” snapped on Main Source’s “Looking Out the Front Door” beat and most recently murked a Black Moon stomper. Here, on this latest effort, Yayo goes in on Channel Live’s “Mad Izm” track. Hear it only after the jump.
Just a day removed from dropping the stellar “Southside” Tony Yayo returns with another new one in “Front Door.” Here Yayo adds some fly ish to Main Source’s “Looking Out the Front Door” beat. You can check out Yayo’s “Front Door” after the jump.
There’s been a lot of throwback ish lately and Tony Yayo’s “Southside” may be added to the growing list of retro-inspired hip-hop. Here he goes over Eric B. & Rakim’s seminal cut “Paid In Full.” Check it out after the jump.
G-Unit stopped by DJ Self’s Power 105 show and dropped a killer freestyle. Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and 50 Cent off on J. Cole’s “Fire Squad” and Drake’s “Energy.” Check it out after the jump!
G-Unit teams up for “Bring My Bottles”. Young Buck is joined by 50 Cent and Tony Yayo for the Swiff D produced track. The cut is vintage G-Unit, as the trio revisits their Beg for Mercy track. Listen after the jump.
50 Cent and G-Unit looking a bit long in the tooth. Damn near sabre-toothed in Young Buck’s case, whose name seems like a total irony in comparison to his puffy jaw and labored preening in this number. The great part is they’re having fun, though, and 50 needs that as much as anyone after years of feuding. Maybe it will give some new life to his music. See hints of rejuvenation in “Watch Me” after the jump.
G-Unit sounds angry to be together but that has sparked some competitive fire in 50 and Yayo especially. Buck also has a gruff piercing bark on the last few Gorilla Unit remakes. Listen to them spit complaints about lack of loyalty after the jump.
In recent months it’s seemed that 50 Cent has been subliminally dissing his own crew, G-Unit. Back in July he told XXL regarding Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo, “they need to get themselves together,” before making an appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood to elaborate, “I’ve enabled them to a point where they feel like they don’t have to do anything.”