50 Cent recently revealed that he has changed the title of the upcoming sophomore album from G-Unit.
The set was initially titled Lock & Load and was changed to Shoot To Kill. According to 50, the album will now be titled Terminate On Sight (T.O.S).
“Terminate on Sight; It’s like a spin-off to Beg for Mercy. It was a statement towards the competition, towards other artists. T.O.S. is the version where you get more aggressive,” 50 explained.“This record embodies that. I kinda know where I need to go, because I tested the waters with the material I put out [on our mixtapes]. I get to tell with the response to certain records where I need to be and chill out from other stuff.”
Last week , 50 Cent ousted Young Buck from the G-Unit group but claimed Buck will still release his solo albums via the G-Unit imprint.
Buck, who had recorded some material for Terminate On Sight, will still appear on the album but will not appear in videos.
“[Buck will] still be on those records,” Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames. RONG>50 said. “I wouldn't pull him off of the records. I like the records the way they are. He's on the [album] three or four times. He's not gonna be in the videos, but he can shoot [videos for] his solo project when he's done — when he gets himself together.”
50 revealed his major reasons for kicking Buck out the group was because Buck distanced himself from G-Unit and aligned himself with people 50 considered his foes. (Buck shared a stage with Lil Wayne a few months ago)
“[Buck] can be compared to Game because he did some of the same things,” 50 explained. “He went on and said he was cool with some of the people that it isn't public I'm cool with. The public's impression is [that] I and these people have issues. So how are you cool and we down with each other? When a person has that much inconsistencies in their character, how can you value them or call them a friend when you don't know what you gonna say or do tomorrow?”
50 would also drop a bombshell claiming that Young Buck has a drug problem. 50 claims Buck uses cocaine and sips syrup (a mixture of promethazine and codeine) which played a role in Pimp C's death last year.
“[Buck's] probably high right now,” 50 said. “He doesn't even get high anymore — he just maintains his [high]. You have to get sober to be high, When they say, 'Party like a rock star,' he goes beyond what they are talking about. Multiple, different sh--.”
50 revealed he is expecting Buck to make diss records aimed at G-Unit. J.A., an up and coming producer, revealed to MTV that he is working with Buck on a mixtape called Honorable Discharge: Cashville Chronicles.
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