Uncle Murda Officially Signs With 50 Cent’s G-Unit


(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent has added a new artist to his G-Unit roster, with the signing of Brooklyn rapper, Uncle Murda.

Earlier in the week, 50 hinted at a collaboration with Uncle Murda on his Instagram page, and now their plans to work together have been fully revealed.

The pair made the signing announcement last night (December 29th), at Club Lust in Brooklyn, New York during a joint appearance.

The signing caps off a busy, controversial year for Uncle Murda.

In 2016, Uncle Murda released a steady stream of music, including songs like “Thot” with featuring fellow Brooklynite, Young M.A and Dios Moreno in addition to his “Yellow Tape” mixtape with Maino.

Uncle Murda also has a new podcast “Brooklyn Boys” which will launch on a soon to be announced major network.

He also made headlines, due to his close close proximity to a deadly shooting at a T.I. concert at Irving Plaza in May, which left Troy Ave and three other people wounded, while Troy’s bodyguard, Ronald “Banga” McPhatter was killed.

Uncle Murda is now part of a roster that includes G-Unit (50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, and Kidd Kidd), and Rotimi.

Take a look at the announcement below: