G-Unit Is Movin’ That Dope, Putting Out Music Like It’s The Early 2000s (Audio)

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If you’re a Young Buck Head, you’ll love G-Unit’s latest mixtape track. Hopping on Future’s “Move That Dope” instrumental (produced by Mike WiLL Made It), Buck sounds like he did 10 years ago, with a crisp vocal delivery, syncopated flow, and most of all, a strong dose of Cashville confidence. Kidd Kidd, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks also show strong, while 50 Cent stamps out the chorus like he made it. Do you think G-Unit’s skills are evolving with each new song? Do you think the crew is camped out in 50’s Connecticut mansion like the glory years ago? This is a welcomed adrenaline injection in all these careers… marching towards some bigger projects.

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