Yo Fif, I been a g-unit fan since I herd "how to rob" I been in the U.S. Army for 8 years listening to your music. I got out in 06 of janurary on a honorable discharge. Now my question to you is are you gonna have a g-unit hype soldier aka hype man ... auditions just in case the big homie Yayo need time off ......shiiiiiitttt Ill do it, just let me know if you do, where and if I get the gig how much it pay?? (I got kids ha ha) peace................Mr. LaMarr Green
Short Sweet And To THe Point 50 i want to kno from grown man to young adult succesful business man to a struggling young adult how did you become successful i mean rapping wise and successful with your vitamin water and g-unit clothing line your own label i just want to kno so i can get to the status your at bless me with your knowledge please
i just want you to listen to what i can do im lyrical so its nothing but here is a freestyle only a freestyle nothing more to your beat i get money its me and my cousin kp and my own beat and song i made debonair republic
MR 50,would it be possible that u give me a chance to listen to this beat of mine,its called "rock reso beat "fast vers its hard metal rock w/drum an bass w/ a touch of cut throat scratch. hook me upplx like dre did m&m, and like m&m did for u? this is my WISH and its about time i get my wish . to be honest, my music is better than most rappers albums and need to partake my position, so i can keep my word ,prove my point?.. can we do maybe a project? these haters got me stuck and cannot progress in this game.i wouldn't risk everything on everyone if i feel i wasnt worth it..thank you for ur time .. soultekken d.j. "O~EYE"
"yeah 50 my dude and all but yep he needs to keep his big mouth shut. all this stuff is costing him money. i knew that family was gonna demand an apology, plus money for damages. he has too many followers to shoot that video like that. he takes…"
Growing up in Abbeville, South Carolina Casino Mel was determined to live the life that rappers had. He eventually got caught up in the streets, which was the closest thing to the lifestyle he wanted that eventually landed him in prison for three years. After going through that experience Casino Mel became totally focused on music. He saw music as a positive way to follow his dreams and also help those around him. His first deal would come about in a spontaneous way. While waiting for a bus to…See More