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After their first performance together in six years at Summer Jam earlier this month—not to mention their fantastic official reunion show last night at Webster Hall—the G-Unit comeback is fully in motion. The day after Summer Jam, the Unit dropped a new track, "Nah I'm Talkin' 'Bout," and followed that up the next day with a remix to Drake's "0 To 100" and the promise of a new G-Unit album in November; and with 50 set to follow last week's Animal Ambition by releasing Street King Immortal in September, there's a decent chance of more G-Unit music before then.

For a crew with such a massive collective catalog over the past 12 years, new material can't help but remind us of the insane level of mixtape output that the Mixtape Millionaires produced. To take a trip back through the years, XXL has compiled all 81 G-Unit mixtapes since 2002, all in one place. The Unit is back. —Dan Rys
After their first performance together in six years at Summer Jam earlier this month—not to mention their fantastic official reunion show last night at Webster Hall—the G-Unit comeback is fully in motion. The day after Summer Jam, the Unit dropped a new track, "Nah I'm Talkin' 'Bout," and followed that up the next day with a remix to Drake's "0 To 100" and the promise of a new G-Unit album in November; and with 50 set to follow last week's Animal Ambition by releasing Street King Immortal in September, there's a decent chance of more G-Unit music before then.

For a crew with such a massive collective catalog over the past 12 years, new material can't help but remind us of the insane level of mixtape output that the Mixtape Millionaires produced. To take a trip back through the years, XXL has compiled all 81 G-Unit mixtapes since 2002, all in one place. The Unit is back. —Dan Rys
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All 81 G-Unit Mixtapes In One Place

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50 Cent And G-Unit Break Out The Hits At Their Official Reunion Show

One glance down 11th street at 7:30 p.m. last night (June 8) was enough to know one thing: G-Unit is back. The block encompassing Manhattan's Webster Hall had cops posted at either end and milling all throughout, while the line of people waiting to get in as the doors opened stretched nearly out to 4th Avenue as everyone showed up as early as they could to get through what was, of course, multiple layers of security...

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Songs We’d Like To See G-Unit Remix

Yes, the mighty Unit is back and it's feeling like 2003 all over again. Two days ago, 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd debuted their first song as a collective on "Grindin' My Whole Life...

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50 Cent Confirms New G-Unit Album Is Coming In November

Yesterday, we announced that 50 Cent and his G-Unit crew are back in the studio working on a new project. “We got no dates, we working,” said Young Buck during the after-party for the screening of Power...

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G-Unit “0 to 100″ (Remix)

Yesterday, G-Unit surprised fans with the remix to HS87's "Grindin My Whole Life." and it marked a reunion for the group. In continuing to keep their momentum going, the Unit lays down some verses on Drake's "O To 100...

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In 2002 50 Cent and his G-Unit soldiers broke into the music industry with a signature rap style and look. From bulletproof vests to du-rags, the Unit kept it gangster to their street roots when it came to their sense of style.

Keeping his G-Unit imprint in mind at all times, Fif would include the logo of the Unit to any piece of clothing he would rock during shows and interviews. Eventually, Fiddy would end up partnering up with Marc Ecko and creating a clothing line named after his crew. The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath era in the early 2000's also brought us one of the most hyped about sneakers of all time in partnership with Reebok - the G-Unit sneaker, a shoe that along with the S.Carter flew off shelves.  

The world may not know Fifty and G-unit as the most fashionable guys, but their influence in the culture and trends they helped get big remain in our memories. With that said, we look back at the signature styles of G-Unit.
In 2002 50 Cent and his G-Unit soldiers broke into the music industry with a signature rap style and look. From bulletproof vests to du-rags, the Unit kept it gangster to their street roots when it came to their sense of style. Keeping his G-Unit imprint in mind at all times, Fif would include the logo of the Unit to any piece of clothing he would rock during shows and interviews. Eventually, Fiddy would end up partnering up with Marc Ecko and creating a clothing line named after his crew. The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath era in the early 2000's also brought us one of the most hyped about sneakers of all time in partnership with Reebok - the G-Unit sneaker, a shoe that along with the S.Carter flew off shelves. The world may not know Fifty and G-unit as the most fashionable guys, but their influence in the culture and trends they helped get big remain in our memories. With that said, we look back at the signature styles of G-Unit.
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G-Unit Is Working On A New Project

One of the biggest moments of this past Sunday (June 1) at Hot 97's Summer Jam 2014 was seeing the reunion of G-Unit during 50 Cent's set...

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G-Unit “Nah I’m Talkin’ Bout”

"The mighty, mighty, unit." Just 24 hours after G-Unit graced the stage at Summer Jam, the crew drop a remix to HS87's "Grindin' My Whole Life...

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49 Rappers Who Have The Same Birthdays

One would be surprised by the number of rappers that actually share the same birthdays.

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Best Hip-Hop Instagrams Of The Day

Want to know what went down on Instagram today? Scroll through.

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Lloyd Banks And Tony Yayo Surface In South America

Getting Lloyd Banks on camera for an interview has been as hard as getting a refund for a lap dance at strip club. The G-Unit member has been camera shy until now...

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