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G-unit: The LP's Ranked

There was a time where the 50 fronted rap group had both the mainstream and the hip hop circles in their hands. FYI I use the term "Gangsta Rap" for the themes and sound that G-unit and many others carried on from the 90's in the early 2000's.
1Lloyd Banks
Rotten Apple


Interesting choice for #1 I know, But Lloyd Banks was always the most Lyrical from the group, hit singles was secondary. What we have here is a grimy LP maybe lacking high energy bangers, but instead carried by Banks's laser-pointed punchlines, an underrated NY Classic.
2Lloyd Banks
The Hunger For More


Often Hailed as a Classic in the hip hop scene, This LP proved that Lloyd Banks could hold his own with the best of them.
350 Cent
The Massacre


50's most full, rounded effort, if you excuse the unbelievable cheese that is "Candy Shop" this album showcased everything that was great about G-unit.
450 Cent
Get Rich or Die Tryin'


Couple of Clunkers on here stop this from being the best 50 LP, a classic all the same though.
5G-Unit
Beg For Mercy


back in 2003, G-unit exploded as a collective with "Beg For Mercy", although pretty over-stuffed and a long listen, whats there is straight up great old school gangsta rap.
6Young Buck
Buck the World


On This Album Buck really found his feet, shame as it was his last significant contribution to the Hip Hop World.
7Lloyd Banks
H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger for More 2)


Not as good as the original, however The Hunger For More 2 proved that, in 2010, years after G-unit's popularity had died - Lloyd Banks still had plenty to say.
8G-Unit
Terminate On Sight


in 2008 Gangsta Rap had been killed in Favour of the lighter more palatable Hip Hop that Kanye had been introducing to the world for a few years now, but that still did not soften the blow G-unit made with this LP, Gangsta rap's final bow.
9Young Buck
Straight Outta Cashville


At Times Pedestrian, but never boring.
10The Game
The Documentary


It's Hard to ignore 50's contributions and just how great they made this album, and appreciate it for Game's prowess on it's own - however it should be noted that Game's willingness to experiment and ability to rap his ass off ended up with him outlasting the rest of the crew despite being infamously ousted.
1150 Cent
Before I Self Destruct


An angry, at times one-sided listen.
1250 Cent
Curtis


The first stumble for the group commercially and artistically and critically, when this album went against Kanye's "Graduation" back in 2007, it was a complete changing of the Guards.
1350 Cent
Animal Ambition


very outdated LP with a few great moments.
14Tony Yayo
Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon


Anyone who knows G-unit knew this was gonna be dead last.
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