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Practically every East Coast hardcore rapper has a posse to back him, and 50 Cent is no different, with G-Unit as his particular crew. The Unit began as a trio comprised of 50, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo (often with the accompaniment of either DJ Whookid or Cutmaster C as their DJ), and this particular lineup resulted in a series of popular mixtapes: 50 Cent Is the Future, God's Plan, No Mercy, No Fear, and Automatic Gunfire. Before the group had a chance to record its debut album for Interscope in the wake of 50's breakthrough with Get Rich or Die Tryin', Yayo was sentenced to prison for a gun-possession charge. His replacement, Young Buck, stepped up soon afterward, and the group continued its activity, working on yet more mixtape recordings and scoring some big-time success on the "G-Unit Remix" to 50's "P.I.M.P.," which also featured Snoop Dogg and got heavy rotation on MTV.

Meanwhile, G-Unit recorded their debut album, Beg for Mercy, over the course of 2003, and Interscope finally rush-released the album on November 14 (to combat bootlegging), preceding it with a lead single, "Stunt 101." Several other singles followed, including "Poppin' Them Thangs" and "Wanna Get to Know You."

Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide

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Beg for mercy album cover Beg for mercy

Released: 2004-11-14

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Gods plan album cover Gods plan

Released: 2002-08-01

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G Unit News Headlines

Lloyd Banks Disregards Claims Of G Unit Departure (Posted on April 29, 2008)

Virgin Mobile And G Unit Unite For Sa Concerts (Posted on April 1, 2008)

Game drops all beef with G Unit (Posted on September 27, 2005)

M.O.P. sign deal with G unit (Posted on July 29, 2005)

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