Young Buck took to Instagram on Tuesday (August 8) to allude that G-Unit is getting back together for a mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. According to the caption, the mixtape is likely titled Power and will apparently feature all six members.
“#TheUnit MIXTAPE ‘POWER’ COMING AT ANYTIME !! HOSTED BY: (@djwhookid),” the Nashville native wrote in the caption. He also tagged fellow G-Unit members 50 Cent, Uncle Murda, Kidd Kidd, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo.
#10ToesDown AVAILABLE NOW🔥🔥🔥!!! #linkinbio📲💻 ‼️ #BackOnMyBuckShit VOL.3 COMING SOON👀👂🏾..PROD BY ( @drummaboyfresh )!!! BUT DIGG DIS🤔??….#TheUnit MIXTAPE "POWER" COMING AT ANYTIME 🔥🔥🔥🔥💯💯!! HOSTED BY: ( @djwhookid ) @tonyyayo @kiddkiddrllnr9 @lloydbanks @unclemurda @50cent NAW FRFR….#PowerUp😤💪🏾💪🏾‼️ GET AT @charlie1080p FOR #TheUnit BOOKING INFO (Serious Bags💰Only) 😎!!
Formed in 1999, the Queens’ collective was established by founding members 50, Banks and Yayo. After Yayo was locked up in 2003, shortly before G-Unit dropped its debut album, they recruited Buck to take his place in the interim. He has since become a permanent member.
Over the years, G-Unit has released 43 mixtapes, two EPs and two proper studio albums — 2003’s Beg For Mercy and 2008’s T.O.S: Terminate On Sight.
G-Unit’s last project was the 2015 EP, The Beast Is G-Unit.
Check out Buck’s post above.