Respect. . .
With The Game still on promo run for his Born 2 Rap album, he shared a few rare stories regarding his time with former labelmates. Back in 2003, 50 Cent was given the greenlight to expand his G-Unit brand, putting out the group’s first major album, Beg for Mercy.
With the group on tour and Dr. Dre planning his next major move away from music, The Game almost got dropped by Aftermath Records.
At the time, Fifty wanted a west coast member for his label, as Fifty brought Chuck Taylor over to join him Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck. This prompted him to share another story regarding timeless unreleased songs in the cut with 50 Cent, which are still stored on his hard drive.
Take a look at the clips below.
talking 50 cent saving his career
unreleased g-unit music
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