Update: We have added the Eif Rivera-directed visuals for G-Unit’s Watch Me single.
In recent months, the newly-indie G-Unit has been tantalizing its fanbase with a steady trickle of promotional loosies. Yesterday evening, the quintet took things to the next level with the surprise release of a brand new EP—their first project as an independent act. To help you decide whether it’s worth your hard-earned cash, we present standout cut Watch Me. Here, 50 Cent and company let the public know just how much they relish the spotlight’s glare, delivering their larger-than-life bars over Mobb Deep veteran Havoc‘s metronomic strings and crisp breakbeat. Like what you’re hearing? Then what are you waiting for—log into iTunes and grab a copy of the crew’s latest opus, which is aptly titled “The Beauty of Independence.”
Written by richard on 09/5/14
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