While 50 Cent is busy trying to start new beefs and continue stupid old ones, his G-Unit cohorts and their support system have apparently been grinding to make sure their music gets heard. It was announced today that G-Unit Records has signed a marketing and distribution deal with EMI Label Services. This will allow for Lloyd Banks, whose "Beamer, Benz, or Bentley" single is still getting played, to finally release H.F.M. 2 (Hunger for More 2) this November. Also, this means that Tony Yayo will get to drop a sophomore record next year without facing any delays...ha, who am I kidding, if it's a rap album, it will get pushed back at least once. The best part of this deal, though, is that loosely affiliated Yayo-pal Danny Brown could see something of his get a proper release.
H.F.M. 2 drops Nov. 23.