G-Unit's sophomore release, Terminate on Sight released on July 1, 2008 sold 102, 000 units in the first week.
Their sophomore album Terminate on Sight released on July 1, 2008 was leaked on June 25, 2008.
G-Unit is considered one of the highest selling rap groups of the 21st century.
As of May 2008 G-Unit is involved in an ongoing feud with rapper Fat Joe.
G-Unit appeared on the front cover of the magazine Foundation for the June 2008 issue.
G-Unit's debut album Beg for Mercy was released on November 13 2003. It went on to sell two million copies in the USA and was certified 2x platinum by the RIAA.
G-Unit & ex-member Young Buck appeared on the cover of hip hop magazine XXL for the May 2008 issue.
April 7, 2008 in a interview with Miss Jones on New Yorks Hot 97, 50 Cent stated that Young Buck was no longer a member of the group G-Unit.
G-Unit started a new mixtape series entitled Return of the Body Snatchers. The first volume of the series was released on February 12 2008, and the second which was called Elephant in the Sand was released on March 11 2008.
There is a G-unit edition of the game "50 Cent: Bulletproof".
50 Cent has invested in his clothing "G-Unit" and in bottled water. He also linked to Reebok to release his own G-Unit Sneakers.
G-unit began as a trio: there was 50, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo
The former members of G-Unit are, Bang Em Smurf, Domination, The Game and Young Buck.
G-Unit has also started a mixtape series with DJ Whoo Kid (their DJ) called "G-Unit Radio". Which ended with the last tape in the series called G-Unit Radio 25: Sabrina's Baby Boy. The last tape was released on September 29, 2007.
The members of G-Unit are 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo. The Game is no longer on G-Unit and has started his own label: The Black Wall Street. Nor is Young Buck and he started his label Cashville Records. But he remains signed to G-Unit Records.
50 Cent: Those mixtapes are literally two days, Saturday and Sunday, but what happens is it takes a lot longer to accumulate the right music to rap over. So we be finding pieces and then we're using someone else's work so I'm listening to an old record seeing if there's something we missed that we could have did over and bring that new beat back like on Return of the Body Snatchers there was a joint that was an interlude on Mos Def's album The New Danger called "The Panties" "You Need Me" on Return of the Body Snatchers; we actually took that, did that over. He had some other flavor on there "The Boogie Man Song."