Ranking G-Unit’s Albums From Worst To Best: The Hunger For More Edition

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Those of us who were recruited to G-Unit's fanbase via their earliest mixtape grind had to have been wondering what would come of Banks and Yayo. With the eventual recruitment of UTP's Young Buck and Dr. Dre's protege Game,

G-Unit was suddenly a crowded roster. Banks got the first solo release date following 50 Cent's debut.

clearly inspired by 50, the rasp and charisma is all Banks. —Justin Charity

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