G-Unit's Tony Yayo has released just one major label album in 2005's 'Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon', but that hasn't stopped him from making money. He talks to VladTV about some of the keys to his success..
Besides the show money he receives from touring with 50 Cent. Yayo has his hands involved in several other business ventures.
He's working on his website, RockstarGroupie and his new production company with Doe Pesci who produced all of 'GunPowder Guru'.
He also has a clothing coming out coming out called 'Purple Rock'.
Tony finds it hard to believe that artists like Jay-Z and Fat Joe let their artists basically starve by not paying them fair tour money. He cited Remy Ma and Young Gunz as examples.
"Ill agree maybe ross didn't officially WIN but he definitely did not LOSE and seeing 50 cent, who before dismantled tougher opponents, unable to defeat ross was a clear indication to everyone that he was losing power fast. The beef with ross…"
"Yeah game and the new York beefs did but 50 was still a powerhouse after that. It may have started the decline but he still did 1.4 million domestic after that in a slumping sales economy. After 07 though he has really struggled"