G-Unit Seeks Street Team, Preps New Album ''Shoot To Kill''

G-Unitis in search of a few good promoters. Actually, they want the best promoters in the country, as 50 Cent and the Unit prepare to release their sophomore set, Shoot To Kill. According to ThisIs50.com, G-Unit Records is looking for candidates, who possess what it takes to bring the label and G-Unit brand to the next level. With over 50 million records sold worldwide, 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck are ready to add to that grand total with their new album.

Interested candidates must be at least 17-years of age or older, and have access to a digital camera, a computer and an email address. To apply email your name, age, hometown, mailing address, target areas for promotions in your area, a brief description explaining why you would be the perfect candidate to [email protected]

In related news, 50 Cent and his G-Unit crew released their latest mixtape, Elephant in The Sand last week aimed at Terror Squad's leader, Fat Joe. The mixtape which was free for download, features the smash street single "Rider Pt. 2" with Buck, Banks and Yayo.

There seemed to be conflict within the G-Unit camp when their mixtape Return of The Bodysnatchers Vol. 1 drop last month. Young Buck immediately placed rumors to rest, confirming that he still is very much loyal to 50 and G-Unit.

G-Unit's second album, Shoot To Kill, was pushed back after the disc was originally scheduled to drop on Dec. 18 last year. No set date for the album has been release.