Usually, when you say someone’s on the Come Up, it means they’re just starting out in the game. That certainly isn’t the case for 50 Cent and his colleagues in G-Unit, but the crewmates are hustling hard to raise the numbers in their bank accounts, so the shoe more or less fits. An unknown beatsmith’s leisurely, street-ready piano-loop boardwork accompanies Fitty, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and recent addition Kidd Kidd as they offer a play-by-play of their paper chase. Come Up isn’t currently attached to a larger project, but we’ll keep you posted as the East Coast quintet reveals further info on its plans.
Written by richard on 07/28/14
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