G-Unit's Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Kidd Kidd and Young Buck give HotNewHipHop an exclusive interview.
G-Unit dropped off their new EP today, The Beast Is G-Unit. The crew, save for 50 Cent who couldn't make it through, sat down with HNHH for an exclusive interview recently to discuss theÂ initial Summer Jam stage reunion,Â the addition of Kidd Kidd and more.
Tony Yayo brings us back a minute, reminiscing on past experiences with the Unit, from introducing Lloyd Banks to 50 Cent, to copping street mixtapes on Jamaica Avenue. Yayo goes on toÂ detail how hip-hop has changed, including street credibility, most of which is fake nowadays. "Now it's to a point where a motherfucker could get jacked and make a hit record. Before you get jacked, your career could be over," Yayo said.
Sidenote: Banks confirms he is working on Cold Corner 3.