The release of G-Unit's first album 'Beg For Mercy.'
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A Refreshers Guide to G-Unit: The Things You Might Have Forgotton
3. The release of G-Unit's first album 'Beg For Mercy.'
Seeing as how Tony Yayo was arrested while the album was being recorded, he only appeared on two pre-recorded tracks on G-Unit's debut album 'Beg For Mercy.' In the artwork he is seen photographed on the brick wall in the background, as he wasn't around for the shoot. Upon its 2003 release 'Beg For Mercy' sold four million copies worldwide and debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 in the US, behind Tupac's posthumous album and Jay Z's 'The Black Album.'