Does G-Unit Records still exist?
In April 2018, Kidd Kidd announced he was leaving both the group and G-Unit Records to become independent. In June of the same year, 50 Cent announced the group has disbanded….
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What record label is Lloyd Banks signed to?
Lloyd Banks/Record labels
Where is Jimmy Henchman now?
*Former music mogul James “Jimmy Henchmen” Rosemond is currently serving multiple life sentences but a recent legal win could see him released as early as next month. Rosemond was a hip-hop manager who reportedly ordered the 1994 robbery and shooting of Tupac Shakur at Quad Recording Studios in New York City.
Who Shot Tony Yayo?
He tells Drama that it was actually Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher. Henchman was later convicted of having Mack murdered. “I had bought Yayo a Bentley, and the car got shot up,” added 50. “I said, ‘Okay, you gotta put your dancing shoes on, because they’re dead serious.
Who is the owner of G Unit Records?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia G-Unit Records is an American record label, owned by Universal Music Group. Founded in 2003 by rapper 50 Cent, for the first eleven years of operation, G-Unit ran in conjunction with, and was distributed by, UMG’s Interscope Records.
What happened to 50 Cent and G Unit Records?
On February 20, 2014, it was reported that 50 Cent and G-Unit Records left Interscope umbrella to operate in conjunction with Caroline Records; a unit of Capitol Music Group. On November 8, 2016, 50 Cent signed Uncle Murda to G-Unit Records. In early 2018, Kidd Kidd announced his departure from both G-Unit as a group member and label artist.
What is G-Note Records?
“@TJ_The_King G Note is a division of 50’s G-Unit label that handles RnB and Pop etc all music outside of hip-hop” (Tweet) – via Twitter. ^ “It’s Official Lea Sunshine Is Singed [ sic] With G-Note Records! Good Or Bad Move?”. Archived from the original on 2012-08-04.
Who owns G-Unit Records?
Founded in 2003 by rapper 50 Cent, for the first eleven years of operation, G-Unit ran in conjunction with, and was distributed by, UMG’s Interscope Records.