Reason #3: No one else on G-Unit Records is releasing albums right now.
Quick, name the last rapper who put out a project on G-Unit Records. You can't think of any, can you? That's because you have to go alllllll the way back to November 2010 to Lloyd Banks' album, H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger for More), to find an official G-Unit release. All of the G-Unit artists are to blame for the lack of production. But as the boss, 50 deserves most of the blame for the G-Unit drought. But he currently has the power to change things around. So he should be the one to revamp the G-Unit Records name by putting out a project.
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