Posts Tagged ‘Tony Yayo’
In a world where G-Unit once ruled all and the Hip-Hop and Rap scene was dominated by 50 Cent and members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo, we hear only crickets from the crew as it’s apparent they no longer run tight together. Leaving many guessing as to why it’s gotten to this point, 50 stated last month he hadn’t spoken to Banks in over 9 months. He sat down with Big Boy a couple of days ago to touch on this subject and clear the air on what exactly seems to be the problem. Hit the jump to view the video/audio footage from the on-air interview.Read More
Tony Yayo teams up with French Montana and they both ball out over the Cardiak produced track which is said to be Tony Yayo’s single off of an upcoming project that is still a work in progress.Read More
There are different types of people on Twitter. Those who just have fun with it. Those who use it to network. Those who tweet celebrities all day (and actually expect them to respond). Those who use it to stalk people. Those who become philosophers. And, my personal favorite, the Twitter gangster. They’re always fun to keep up with mainly because they have to condense their aggression into 140 characters or less. Can you imagine the frustration that causes? They seem to be Tony Yayo’s favorite too as he took some time out to dedicate a few bars towards them.
Expect to find this on Yayo’s upcoming project, Gun Powder Guru 3.Read More
When they’re not terrorizing conference calls, it looks like 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo are closing deals. The newest one being with EMI.
G-Unit Records has entered into an exclusive agreement with EMI Label Services in which EMI will distribute and promote releases on the G-Unit roster in North America.Â Â EMI will release theÂ Grammy nominated multi-platinum rapperÂ Lloyd Banks’ third solo album “H.F.M. 2” (Hunger For More 2) on November 23rd, 2010, and Tony Yayo’s as yet untitled sophomore album, which is scheduled for early 2011.
G-Unit, formerly with Interscope Records, is joining a growing number of third party labels and artists to ink deals with EMI Label Services.Â Â EMI Label Services’ unique approach gives independent artists and labels creative freedom along with access to the expertise, marketing and promotional muscle of a major label.