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Future's 'Move That Dope' Is So Good, 50 Cent And G-Unit Decided To Borrow It For A Freestyle

Jacking for beats.

When 50 Cent and his G-Unit crew first rose to prominence, they did so by hijacking beats from other artists and making them their own. So it only makes sense that Fif revisits the formula now that the G-Unit reunion is in full-swing.

Already, 50, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd have tackled Drake's "0-100" and Jeremih's "Don't Tell 'Em," and on Tuesday (July 1), they took a crack at Future's "Move That Dope."

Fif promises a new unit album later this year, but first he says fans will get a mixtape to hold us over. “You’ll see a mixtape come out before [the album],” 50 told MTV News recently. “The material that you see us putting out, it’s just getting back to the way we did it from the very beginning. We’re gonna start over and work like we need a record deal.

“But while we’re putting out that music, we’re making the coolest original content and letting that be there for the actual album,” he finished.