Ex-G-Unit exec, and new senior VP of A&R at Def Jam Records, Sha Money XL, talks about G-Unit possibly going to his new home. "I spoke to Fif, to [his manager Chris] Lighty. I would love to see that there," Sha admitted. "Banks has an amazing record right now, independently. If things work out, then yeah, I would love to see that happen." 50 Cent has problems with a lot of G-Unit artists but Sha says "I'm a businessman," Sha Money said when asked how he would feel having the Unit in the same building with some of their adversaries. "The beef stuff, I'm over. We at a certain point in life where we don't even need that. We eat that. So I will let them speak for their own, but honestly, I would like to see a company continue to grow. And I think G-Unit is in a position — coming from an independent space — that can continue to do their thing. I would like to provide an opportunity for them to continue to grow."
Sha Money – Will The New Def Jam Exec Bring G-Unit Over?