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Hip-hop star 50 Cent and G-Unit will return to South Africa after their successful tour in August 2004.
The outfit will perform at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg on Worker's Day (May 1), and at the Bell- ville Velodrome in Cape Town on May 3.
Doors open at 6pm for the show starting at 8pm.
G-Unit is made up of 50 Cent, Young Buck, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo. Like most American bling boys, 50 Cent not only had to overcome a lot of challenges, but also had to pull himself hard to become one of America's best-selling hip-hop-rap artist in the world.
The Americans will deliver a killer performance comprising their lively hip-hop songs.
They will also thrill their fan base with evergreen hits such as 21 Questions, Out of Control and the latest Timbaland collaboration, Ayo Technology.