Managerial crisis: Comany needs good executives
'Talant is not important in music business, all you need is good manager' said one of the most sucessful manager from entertainment business. Jimmy Iovin(head of Interscope) halped 50 Cent to built good business system. Jimmy add Derick Prosper to G-Unit managment. In 2004-2007 Derick Prosper run G-Unit. He oversaw all elements of album production of 50 Cent and entire G-Unit artist roster, helping the company to sell over 20 million copies worldwide in three years. Responsibilities included song concept development, hiring of mix engineers and studio musicians, album mastering sequencing and delivery of master copies. Managing relationships with key music producers and music composers, background vocalists and studio musicians for all G-Unit projects. He liaised with label and music publishers to approve sample usage and sync licensing. Composed opening scene logo for MTV Films/Get Rich or Die Tryin’. Served as Music supervisor for Vivendi Universal computer game 50 Cent Bulletproof.
Sha Money XL add to G-Unit in-house production, production duo Tha Business(They Created beats for 50 Cent's 'Follow my lead'(ft. Robin Thicke) song for 'Curtis' album and 50 Cent's 'So disrepectful' song for 'Before I self-Destruct' album) and Lab OX(He created beats for 50 Cent's Blood on the Sand Album, 50 Cent's 'Then days went by' song for 'Before I self-destruct' album and Lloyd Banks' Kill it(ft. Governor) for H.F.M.2 Album).
Chris Lighty was 50 Cent's personal manager. The New York Times called him "one of the most powerful figures in the hip-hop business." On August 30, 2012, Lighty was found dead in his Bronx apartment from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Lighty's brother said that he doesn't believe that his death was suicide. 50 Cent also questioned the suicide claim and hired a team to investigate the details of the incident, at the request of Lighty's mother.
G-Unit lost his best Managment team and resultes are on face.
Now G-Unit lost Derick Prosper, Lab OX moved to Jay-Z's Roc Nation, Sha Money XL left G-Unit.