G-Unit's status as a Hip Hop collective is up in the air as neither they nor 50 Cent have released a studio album in almost five years.
In a recent interview with Complex, the Queens native addressed his group and says there needs to be better cooperation for any possible future work to happen.
"G-Unit is something that I built, with the momentum of 50 Cent and the music I created," 50 Cent said when asked about G-Unit. "They had the opportunities. The object was to grow it outside from the people that was around me, but people change and won’t stay the same. As relationships grow older, everyone is off into their own little things.
"Tell me where’s the interest from G-Unit members. You got new guys out there that don’t have the support of record companies and are working, just to sustain and generate that energy that’s there. I like to collaborate with them, did it for a long time. Maybe there’s a point that we’ll come back together and make a disc."
50 Cent also mentioned former clique member Game when addressing the group and said he'll "never work with Game."
Fif's fifth studio album, Street King Immortal is slated for a 2014 release. Preceding the album, a project called Animal Ambition is scheduled to be released. 50 also recently released a song called "This Is Murder Not Music," which gave fans an opportunity to hear what recent 50 Cent music sounds like.
Read the full interview with Complex here.