In addition to the
massive success of his debut album, Get Rich or Die Trying and the debut
of G-Unit's Beg For Mercy, 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks will provide voices
to an upcoming Saturday morning cartoon, "Beaver Street Gang."
about a bunch of kids at an orphanage hanging out outside," Lloyd Banks
told AllHipHop.com. "It's like the new age Cosby's."
50 and Lloyd Banks
join Beanie Sigel and members of the Roc-A-Fella family, who have their own
Saturday morning cartoon in the works as well.
is the whole State Property squad and we do to this day care center everday.
None of us like it there. It's like jail for us. The whole language is from
the inside [of jail]. We don't gotta take naps, we gotta take it down. We don't
eat lunch, we gotta go to chow. We don't go to yard to play, we gotta go to
rec. It's gonna be a funny cartoon."
In addition to
the "Beaver Street Gang" cartoon, Banks said that an unnamed video
game surrounding G-Unit will be released next Christmas.
For Mercy debuted at number 3 on Billboard's Pop Chart, moving over 300,000
copies the first week in stores.