XXL's October/November 2014 issue features a reunited G-Unit on the cover, as well as exclusive interviews with 50 Cent, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Kidd Kidd about the breakups and makeups of hip-hop's ultimate crew. We also released a two-part roundtable discussion with the crew, filmed after midnight at 50's massive, 50-plus room Connecticut mansion, as well as individual video interviews with all five members.

But today, XXL premieres our full, 25-minute documentary on G-Unit, featuring exclusive interviews and views of G-Unit's headquarters. 50 Cent dives into G-Unit's place in hip-hop history, Tony Yayo goes in depth about the struggles and pressures of being in the spotlight, Kidd Kidd and Lloyd Banks talk about what it's like to have the Unit all together while Young Buck talks about the issues—and that taped phone call of him crying—that led to his well-publicized fallout with the Unit and, eventually, his bankruptcy and jail sentence.

"You're young and you make mistakes in life," Buck says in the documentary, reflecting on his attitude back in the day. "I'm my own man, I'ma do what I want to. I've always been the real compulsive one. And being that one helped and hurt me."

Then stay tuned as Buck and Yayo give us a tour of some of the most impressive features of 50's Connecticut mansion, including the strip club, game room, indoor pool and full gym setup, telling uncensored stories about what it was like throwing wild parties at the spot in G-Unit's first days. Check out XXL's full G-Unit documentary above.

Directed by Kellen Dengler
Edited by Riley Dengler