|Parent company||G-Unit Records|
|Country of origin||United States|
G-Unit Records Philly is a record label that is a subsidiary of 50 Cent's G-Unit Records. G-Unit artist, Tony Yayo was granted the position of CEO and President of the label. Many of the label's artists are based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
After the success of former G-Unit subsidiary label "G-Unit South," (Now known as Young Buck's label Cashville Records), G-Unit Records founder 50 Cent, decided to create another subsidiary in 2009. Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, G-Unit Philly would be run by G-Unit artist Tony Yayo. In that same year, Yayo would introduce up-and-coming Philadelphia rapper Mike Knox, who would ultimately become the labels first signee, to 50 Cent . The year 2009 also saw the signing of Philadelphia artists Tone Trump, Ive Vegas and Cotic, respectively.
In 2010, Tone Trump would be the first artist to leave G-Unit Philly.
DJs and producers
- Dellarock Entertainment
- Kidd Blaze
2008 - G Unit Philly Vol.1