G-Unit’s Reunion May Go Beyond The Summer Jam Stage, With New Album News

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It’s been six years since G-Unit put out their second and last studio album T.O.S. (Terminate On Sight), and just two days ago, The Unit surprised everybody with their performance at this year’s Hot 97 Summer Jam. To add to the hype and less than 24 hours after they graced the stage at MetLife Stadium, the group gave way to the purposeful release of their all new track “Know What I’m Talkin’ ‘Bout”, boasting a spicy Hit-Boy beat.

The hits keep coming and the hype machine is churning at full tilt with reports recently released from AllHipHop confirming that the differences between 50 Cent, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo have officially been squashed. The New York foursome let loose the news at the after party for “Power,” an all new show in which 50 is executive producer, and are using the newly paved opportunity to begin working on a brand new G-Unit album.

These recent events are interesting, given the fact that just on Friday, 50 Cent made it clear in an interview with DJ Envy, Charlamagne The God, and the rest of The Breakfast Club (13:00), that a G-Unit reunion, while not out of the question, would not happen unless they worked better to “get their value up” and “sustain themselves.” But once they “get it together” it could happen.

Who knows what has changed since then, but it seems to be water under the bridge for now.

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