“Lil B, I told you I’m feeling. I wanna start something new and get some artists under the wing. Lil B and Danny Brown is on the mixtape coming soon. [G-Unit member] Trav knows Lil B. He has connections with Too Short. I got connections with E-40. They all end up coming to the show in the Bay. That’s how 50 wound up doing the remix to E-40’s “‘Nigga Don’t Act Like A Bitch”. They all ended up backstage. I linked up with Lil B. His music is good. He’s a real humble dude. That cooking dance is hot.”
Tony said B came to the G-Unit mansion and banged out a few tracks shortly after. “When me & D. Brown are in the studio, it was cool new energy. Like how Cam’ron vibes with Vado. I think Vado makes Cam better, you hear his shit sounding better because of Vado. Me working with D. Brown, I hear my shit sounding better and better. When you work with a guy who has punch lines, you take your time to create punch lines too. It’s like a war in the studio. Lil B came to the studio, knocked out his verses easy. Came to the mansion, we balled out and just chilled, man.”
When asked if he could see Lil B as part of G-Unit, Yayo didn’t think it was out of the realm of possibility. “I could see that,” he said. “He’s a little crazy, but I could see that. He makes good music. It’s all about the good music.”
Curtis loves the kids.