G-Unit Hosts A Ferrari Caravan In Times Square, En Route To The Club (Video)

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G-Unit has reason to celebrate. At the start of 2014, 50 Cent’s collective was seemingly non-existent, with even the core members Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Fif estranged. By late December, with Kidd Kidd added and Young Buck back in the mix, it feels like a decade ago.

No longer with Interscope backing, the clique released an EP (The Beauty Of Indepence), made a host of videos, and led a media blitz that left no questions unanswered concerning the onetime multi-platinum outfit. Now beginning to set the table for 2015, Young Buck delivers a solo single, assisted by 50 Cent and Yayo, that feels from the Buck The World era. Adding to the revamped unification, Banks is up in the visual, despite not being on the song.

The track may be based around braggin’, boastin’, and club bravado, but the visual—complete with a Ferrari caravan through Times Square, calls back the kind of images that G-Unit made the Rap standard at their first plateau.

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