Like the rap supergroup of the same name, the G-Unit Clothing Company was founded by rap star 50 Cent. Partnering with designer Mark Ecko, the two created the urban chic clothing company in 2003. Designed to appeal to both streetwise men and women, the G-Unit style features simple, basic pieces in coordinating colors made from quality materials.
Men's shirts come in four basic styles: the button-down dress shirt, collared knit shirts, tee-shirts and tank tees. Pants are three-quarter length denim available in khaki and black. Pants are offered with coordinating tops so customers can buy outfits with confidence, and build a wardrobe that blends together easily.
Women's clothes feature soft and stretchy cotton tops, jeans, shorts and skirts. They also carry form-fitting active wear, and velour lounge wear, perfect for home or elegant errand running. You can also find a number of cute jackets, perfect for day (colorful hoodies) or casual evening (hip-length velvet blazers).
G-Unit is a gangsta rap supergroup. G-Unit features the talents of 50 Cent, along with those of Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, Mase, Mobb Deep, M.O.P, Hot Rod, Olivia and others. Bang 'E Smurf, a one-time member, is no longer with the group. Their music is released on G-Unit Records, a division of Interscope Records. In addition to the official G-Unit clothing line, a wide array of G-Unit merchandise is available, including logo tees, hats, and more.