New York rap star 50 Cent and G-Unit aren’t taking days off in light of the Fourth of July and, instead, have released their latest track, “Who Do You Love?” this holiday. #SpreadLove

The Unit’s new remix premiered online early Friday (July 4) and features the entire crew.

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)

Curtis Jackson also used the track to single out ex-affiliate Slowbucks.

“N**gas snitchin on me, got a whole click of ’em screaming SBOE” raps 50 Cent, throwing a shot at Slowbucks over the whole Summer Jam incident. This is the second time they’ve rapped over a DJ Mustard instrumental and you won’t be hearing any complaints about it from us. Perhaps we can get a original G-Unit x DJ Mustard collaboration? (Direct Lyrics)

Prior to releasing their “Move That Dope” freestyle this week, the Unit recently put their own spin onto R&B singer Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em” track.

G-Unit continues its remix spree by jumping on Jeremih’s single “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, and Kidd Kidd add some gritty bars to the DJ Mustard-produced banger off Jeremih’s upcoming album Thumpy Johnson. (Rap-Up)

The collective unleashed a music video last month.

The weeks since the G-Unit reunion has brought us a number of firsts. There was their first appearance together, at Hot 97?s Summer Jam. And then their first new track, just a day later. On Monday, we got their first non-remix, with “They Talked About Jesus.” And now we’re getting their first music video. Fittingly, the Unit takes the first song they dropped, “Nah I’m Talkin’ ‘Bout” (a remix of HS-87?s “Grindin’ My Whole Life”), and give it the visual treatment. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo and Kidd Kidd mean mug in a warehouse-looking setting as they recapture a feeling of yesteryear. (MTV)


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