Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid stopped by the Capital Xtra studio earlier this week for a conversation with Tim Westwood. During the appearance, Yayo stepped up to the plate and kicked a freestyle over J. Cole's "A Tale of 2 Citiez." The G-Unit member quickly found the pocket and delivered some slick bars.

"I speak 30 languages and hide in plain sight/Jason Bourne in a Bentley truck with loud pipes/Only act, shrimp eating/Herb med, sneaking wearing/Digital Jesus piece shining/30 in my mink lining, my seats I'm in/My bitch got Giuseppe heels on, her feet shining," Yayo raps.

Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid's interview covered a lot of ground, including plenty of talk about G-Unit. Yayo told Tim Westwood that he would forever be loyal to 50 Cent since 50 took care of him when he needed it most.

"I'll always be loyal [to 50]," Yayo said. "He's kind of crazy, but I'm always loyal to him cause he put us in a position to where we didn't have to stay in the hood. When I came out of jail, I lived in Battery Park. I could see the Statue of Liberty when I walked out my building. So, he put us in an opportunity where we didn't come out yet, but I'm fresh out of jail and he just made sure we was good where nobody get killed. Cause you know how it is for a rapper, especially in New York City."

Tony Yayo has a new project in the works called Hawaiian Snow Part 2. 2011's Hawaiian Snow was collaborative project with Danny Brown, but it appears the sequel will be a solo release from Yayo.

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