The G-Unit general broke into the music industry with a signature style, bulletproof vests and
du-rags, keeping it gangster to his street roots. Keeping his G-Unit imprint in mind at all times, Fif would add the logo of his company to any piece of clothing he would wear even before getting his own clothing line. During his first stages with Shady and Aftermath records, Fif would break out the unforgettable G-Unit tank tops that featured a pattern around the arm holes of the tank.
As his career kicked off in full effect, Fif would sign a deal with Reebok, creating the low top G-Unit sneaker, a partnership with Marc Ecko would follow that, which resulted in Fif creating the G-Unit clothing line.
Of course we may not know Fifty as a fashionable guy, but the man has influenced some trends that didn't live for long, but were a part of the hip hop culture. With that said, we look back the evolution of Fifty, his style, fashion and trendsetting ways.