Still dealing with the pain of losing his friend Michael “Frogg” Reshard to gun violence last month, Jayceon puts his thoughts to paper and releases a new tribute record. Word is this will appear on his upcoming mixtape, but with a name like #OKE: Operation Kill Everything, I’d like to think not.
After announcing yesterday his upcoming mixtape Operation Kill Everything, Game hits us with a freestyle over Kendrick Lamar’s latest single, “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe.” Look out for the tape arriving very soon.
In another segment with Revolt TV, Jayceon shares his real thoughts on the music industry and shares what drives him and helps him stay focused.
All this shit is smoke and mirrors man it’s materialistic and that ain’t who I am, so it don’t define me it’s the music the people I got to get to them I got to see em I got to hear it. Anybody that have more albums than me is a legend, you know what I’m saying so the Too $horts, the Nas’, the Jay’s, niggas like that, you did five albums then you have done some shit and if you ain’t close to five or you ain’t on five then keep it up.
Jayceon recently checked in with Kat Von D and Peter Koskela to get some new ink. On top of getting The Documentary (shown after the jump), Game also gets Dr. Dre’s The Chronic tattoo’d on his stomach.
Earlier this week Game started a petition to get G-Unit back together and I asked y’all if you even wanted it to happen at this point (if you haven’t left your opinion yet, do so here). Speaking with TheBoombox, Fif was quick to shut all speculation of a reunion and speaks his mind on the damaged relationships between the old crew.
You’re not gonna get nothing back together. I decide that. I do what I want to do. I don’t give a fuck what they talking about on a blog post. Every time there was nothing going on [Game] said “Fuck you, 50” to generate some sort of new interest. But now that doesn’t work anymore. So you gotta figure out a new way to do it. And now it’s saying, ‘We’ll get G-Unit back together!’
If it worked it would be something cool that I did. [But] what would you say if I actually did put it together and then it fell apart right in front of you? Or if I bring them around each other and their feelings from a long time — the disrespect and the talking — bleed over into the people that are just around them and then one of them gets shot and killed, or one of them gets stabbed and hurt bad. Then what?
Say what you wanna say about his music, Fif is spot on with everything he stated above. Spot on.
So what does Game do when Banks is saying nada, Yayo misses the old days, 50 Cent thinks a reunion is “unlikely” and Buck is locked up? Starts a petition for an official G-Unit reunion on Facebook (w/ Swagg-Ink) of course.
The petition has just under 5k signatures at the time of this post so if you’d like to add to that click here. My question is this though, would y’all actually want to see these guys back together? I was definitely a fan of them back in the day but times have changed. Do you think the changes each artist has gone through would mess with their chemistry? Would it even be an ‘honest’ reunion or just a ploy for money? Let us know your thoughts on the whole thing in the comment section below.