50 Cent & DJ Whoo Kid Rep Their G-Unit Roots

Those who grew up throughout hip-hop's "Platinum Era" are seemingly properly conscious of the G-Unit legacy. Between 2001 and 2004, you would be arduous pressed to search out anybody not sliding an additional G's into their on a regular basis vocabulary. The run of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, and even The Game solidifies the group as one among hip-hop's formative crews, and lots of followers nonetheless look again on their total physique of labor with fond reflection. Though interior turmoil has certainly plagued the group, usually with 50 Cent because the centerpiece, it could seem that model loyalty stays robust inside choose members of the collective. 

DJ Whoo Kid took to Instagram to symbolize for G-Unit, posting an image of himself and 50 Cent en path to the SiriusXM studios, the place Whoo Kid holds it down with the "Whoolywood Shuffle" on Shade45. Though the flick does little in the way in which of teasing a reunion but to return, it does present a welcome dose of nostalgia for these searching for an easier time. G-Unit freestyles kicked off by the long-lasting Whoo Kid tag shortly grew to become a mixtape staple, and no matter no matter destiny befell them in later years, the Unit has earned their place in hip-hop historical past.