Tony Yayo dropped Hawaiian Snow in 2010. Yesterday (Oct. 3), the 38-year-old rapper announced Hawaiian Snow Part 2 is coming soon, per his Instagram.

The first Hawaiian Snow mixtape was a collaborative mixtape with Danny Brown. The 12-track project also contained two songs with Lil B, "Trap Ball" and "Trippin." Danny Brown was close to signing with G-Unit around the time of the mixtape's release, but ultimately, 50 Cent blocked the deal.

In a 2011 interview with MTV, Brown said, “50 was with it, he just didn’t sign me because of my jeans. He liked the music, but he didn’t like the way I looked. I understand where they were coming from with that, but you gotta understand where I’m coming from, too: I’m from Detroit.” In case you missed it, check out Tony Yayo's most recent project, El Chapo 3: The Great Escape. The 11-track mixtape contains two guest features from Bolly. Other than those songs, the mixtape is all Yayo.

XXL will update you with more information surrounding Hawaiian Snow Part 2 as the G-Unit member continues to tease his upcoming body of work. In other news about the Thoughts of a Predicate Felon MC, he recently put out "Ask Somebody" with Ty Dolla $ign and Consequence. The record appeared on Consequence's album Growing Up In New York.

Back in early January, Yayo chimed in on the 50 and Meek Mill beef, typing on IG, “Tired of this shit niggas only respect violence fuck MMG and any nigga that roll with em. Talking about you 40 with the 40………………….. Where. It’s over for MMG Meek your boss a cop we the streets for real.”

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