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Why cry Man up, chump, worryin is for the weak You could hold your own or get left for dead in the street [Hook] [Verse Two: Tony Yayo] Yeah, yeah In the hood when I pop up, minked up and rocked up Niggas ice grill cause these O.
G.'s is washed up I got a left like, Winky Wright My pinky bright, my bank card'll end your life Niggas scheme but they sweeter than, cookies'n'cream Homey I got more blocks than Hakeem the Dream That ain't taskforce money, that's real police I got my ratchet in the alley with that fiend Denise Cruise the streets, stuntin in that Maybach sixty-two Nigga what my dope goin fo', 62, c'mon!
The video contains cameos by fellow G-Unit members 50 Cent, Young Buck and Game, as well as G-Unit artist Olivia.
At the end of the video, 50 Cent is seen breaking through glass and the song changes to the chorus and the first verse of the song Warrior, which is also from Lloyd Bank's debut album The Hunger for More.
“In response to “50”…….,” The Game writes on Instagram today (February 18), “When I heard banks was in Dubai, I told my niggas, “we’re goin thru to holla”….
The music video, directed by Jessy Terrero, features Lloyd Banks rapping on the roof of a small building that is on top of a large hotel building.threw back a few dranks & took a flick for old times sake to kill the negativity & tension that had once tore one of the GREATEST RAP GROUPS ever apart !!! I talk to that nigga all the time..” The Game writes. Lives have been taken from friends, & fathers taken from kids.. If you choose to ignore the GROWN MAN approach & continue to harbor HATE for me & my side… I can’t speak for Banks, but my pride was swallowed last night along with a shot of Hennesey in that club……At some point, you gotta be a MAN about certain situations so last night that’s what I decided to do.. “As recent as few months ago when I was in Nashville & it was all love…. Whatever it’s gone be is what it’s gone be, I said my peace AGoj B/ (The most recent post in this thread was published earlier today [February 18, 2016].really, an inferno insomuch as 50 Cent was fiery and devilish, with incendiary, all-consuming hype. Confronted with 50's debut singles "In Da Club" and "Wanksta" in 2003, Jay Z threw up his hands, as Roc-A-Fella took a backseat to the year. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong."On Fire" is a 2004 hit single from Lloyd Banks' debut album, The Hunger for More. The song samples "The Champ", performed by The Mohawks.It quickly became a nationwide hit and cemented Lloyd Banks' name in the Hip Hop scene. The chorus contains vocals by 50 Cent, though he is uncredited. As for the Unit's prolific mixtape run: well, that's (perhaps) another post, for another day. In the course of all that, the G-Unit crew released sixteen proper albums that we've ranked for posterity.