G-Unit Achievements of 2016: Immortal Street King’s crown is without diamonds.

50murda4Queens rhymer 50 Cent has a reason to celebrate this year, following news that his “I’m The Man” record was certified gold by the RIAA(Recording Industry Association of America).

The Sonny Digital-produced song received its gold certification on October 21 after reaching 500,000 certified units.

The last 50 Cent record to be certified gold was “I Get Money,” which received its certification on February 17, 2012.The Ciara-assisted “Can’t Leave Em Alone,” “21 Questions,” and “In Da Club” also serve as gold records from the rapper.  The latter received two separate gold certifications, including one for “In Da Club” mastertones, ringtones which feature an extract from an original recording.

Platinum certifications from the RIAA (one million certified units) for a single from 50 Cent were clenched with 2006’s “Candy Shop” and “Just A Lil’ Bit.”

G-Unit also has new addition! Brooklyn rapper Uncle Murda signed to G-Unit camp by 50 Cent. After JAY Z bet veteran Hip-Hop group The LOX(JadaKiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch), which doesn't had official album from 2000 and signed to Roc Nation, maybe old Uncle Murda also has unseen potential like The LOX. After we will see sale results of  Roc Nation and The LOX effort "Filthy America… It's Beautiful", we can say will Uncle Murda goes to gold or no.

Lloyd Banks didn't forget, Halloween day of this year and released third part of his Halloween Havoc mixtape series. It seems, that Tony Yayo forget "Black Friday Day" very long times ago, his first and last chapter of 'Black Friday' mixtape series dropped In 2008.

Summary: We have almost nothing from G-Unit in this year. It's seems, that 50 Cent's long waited album (we are waiting it from 2009) Street King Immortal will never come out, because without Dr.Dre and Eminem, Immortal Street King's crown will be without diamonds.


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