After they reunited on stage at Summer Jam, 50 Cent and the G-Unit soldiers laced HS87's "Grindin' My Whole Life" with a remix (listen here). Sitting down with MTV, Hit-Boy and Audio Push share their thoughts...
We really just seen that on the ride over to this office here,” Hit-Boy told MTV News on Monday, just hours before the song dropped. “50, it sounded like he was gassin’ it, so I’m excited. We really just appreciative to be in the game, man. We been working for a long time. ‘Grindin’ My Whole Life’ ain’t just a song. We really been trying to get to it for a long time, so for people to be taking notice is a blessing.”
“50, he’s still a rapper; he’s still hip-hop,” said Price, one half of Audio Push. “If he hears somethin’ he like, he probably just rapping on it, you feel me. Which is hard.”
Hit-Boy also revealed that he and the crew are gonna start hitting us with remixes as well.
“I wanna do a bunch of remixes, actually,” Hit said. “I wanna have fun with it, and change the beat up, and really just take it back to the essence like back in the day. People like Jermaine Dupri, he was killing them remixes. He was changing the beat up, changing the flows up, and that’s what we gonna do. We gonna show ‘em that we ain’t one dimensional, man. We out here making music.”