G-Unit - They Talked About Jesus

Posted 2 years ago
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Producer:
George Getson

At the top of June, all four members of G-Unit took the stage together at Summer Jam, contradicting statements 50 Cent and Tony Yayo had made just months earlier. Considering their fractious history, it would have been fair to assume the group would splinter apart in a matter of days, but they’ve stuck it out long enough to start creating new music together—very dope new music, if promo cut They Talked About Jesus is any indication. George Getson mans the boards on this throwback banger, backing 50, Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck‘s hard-nosed bars with a sample of Wu-Tang classic Tears. Now that G-Unit is back in business, are you craving more? If so, keep it locked for further details on their forthcoming album, which is projected to drop by late November.

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