As we know, 50 Cent has a tendency of being messy sometimes most of the time. With his career at a standstill, the New York native is hoping to use his trusty formula–prolonging decayed beef–in hopes of circulating controversy. He achieved that in his video for “Major Distribution.” He tells MTV the MMG chain was actually made by a jeweler and is not Gunplay’s stolen necklace. Read More →
50 Cent released a moderately successful single featuring Adam Levine, and follows it with “Major Distribution,” a song that won’t be majorly distributed. It features Snoop Dogg, Young Jeezy and a cameo of his son wearing Gunplay’s MMG chain (as seen above).
A voluptuous vixen fake pushes Kidd Kidd’s son in a gold-plated stroller that has guns for decoration. I’m not fluent in sign language, so I can’t translate the hand signal his son is giving me. However, one thing is for sure–Kidd Kidd is a model father. Read More →
Street King Immortal, self-claimed as 50 Cent‘s most insightful album to date, is vastly approaching and its severely delayed, but timely release will undoubtedly raise a glass. His fifth studio album will mark ten years since the release of his debut album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin’,–released in February 2003, his most successful album yet.
Though I’m sure 50 and his team are aiming for a similar run, he’d rather not compare the two projects, describing ‘Street King‘ as more soulful and mature than any of his previous work. Read More →
50 Cent went from being ‘filthy to filthy rich’, and he recounts his come-up story on “My Life,” a new single from Street King Immortal. Within the story, he briefly details helping rappers like Young Buck and The Game launch their careers, only for them to betray him. Symbolyc One produced the record, and Eminem adds a slick verse while Adam Levine coos the hook. Read More →
Just two days ago, in homes all over America, families feasted over turkey and stuffing in celebration of Thanksgiving. In-between the laughter, cheers and publishing of “struggle plates,” entertainers shared their Thanksgiving experience with onlookers. Some, like Orpah and Mariah Carey, posted photos of themselves cooking and preparing dinner. Others, like 50 Cent and Mario, contributed a helping hand by giving back to the community.
While 50 Cent’s career remains in limbo, the QVC buff continues isolating the few fans he has left with vulgar and demeaning lyrics. His latest is “First Date,” a Too $hort-assisted single that appears on Street King Immortal. Scantly-clad women caress his painted body throughout the Eif Rivera-directed video.
Meanwhile, 50 has enlisted his mentor Eminem and Maroon 5’s Adam Levine for the next ‘Street King’ single, “My Life.” The song is expected to hit iTunes on November 27th.
50 Cent previews the video for Street King Immortal’s second single, “First Date,” within the video for “Money,” a cut from his 5 (Murder By Numbers) mixtape. Ladies can’t keep their hands off Fif’s chiseled body in the teaser, which doesn’t show any indication of a Too $hort appearance. Hot97 will premiere the full video on November 13th at 3pm. In the full music video, the $250 million man acts like he’s smoking weed while counting beaucoups of money. Read More →