Young Buck Unloads On G-Unit Reunion: “50’s Always Been The Big Brother” [Audio]

Young Buck Unloads On G-Unit Reunion: “50’s Always Been The Big Brother” [Audio]

Cashville’s Young Buck is making this summer one to remember after getting back with one-time rap rival 50 Cent and recently addressed last month’s headline-generating G-Unit reunion. #getembuck

Although things were once sour, Buck Marley said the Unit is back in full effect.

“It’s a good look,” Buck told DJ Whoo Kid. “First and foremost, it ain’t no bullsh*t about a check. You know what I’m saying? From the very beginning, 50’s always been the big brother. You know what I’m saying? And you know, sh*t happens and that’s what happened. But real sh*t always makes yourself [stronger and stay] together in some kind of way. Sometimes things don’t go as planned and sometimes it do but if it’s real, it’s always gonna be there and that’s what it was. … We moving my n*gga. G-Unit my n*gga. That’s what it’s been.” (“Whoolywood Shuffle”)

The Unit dropped their new “Loyal” remix track Saturday (July 5) afternoon.

These h*es ain’t loyal. Hot on the heels of their remix to YG’s “Who Do You Love?,” G-Unit flips Chris Brown’s top 10 hit “Loyal.” 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, and Kidd Kidd kick game to the ladies on the Nic Nac-produced beat. The song has already spawned remixes from Keyshia Cole, The Lox, Plies, Mila J, K. Michelle, and newcomers XO! (Rap-Up)

Curtis Jackson hinted at new music premiering Saturday earlier the same day.

“You lucky I bought that, BOY it’s the UNIT NEW MUSIC TONIGHT because I said so. #SMSaudio,” Fif captioned on Instagram June 5. (50 Cent’s Instagram)

The Unit released another remix on Independence Day.

G-Unit continue their recent string of releases with a brand new remix over YG and Drake’s ‘Who You Do Love’ single. The track is produced by DJ Mustard and follows their ‘Move That Dope’ remix released earlier this week. All five members – 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd – contribute a verse. (Direct Lyrics)


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