Street King Immortal
While 50 Cent has made a name for himself outside of Rap with Power and Effen Vodka he still plans to make a musical comeback. He has confirmed Street King Immortal is still in the works.
There’s really no such thing as a bad 50 Cent interview and the always entertaining MC recently graced the HuffPost Live segment to discuss some very recent current events. Peep game. — Photo: Instagram
50 Cent has a message for fair weather fans on his latest release “Don’t Turn On Me (Warning You).” Sounds like an emotional moment, right? Wrong.
With each new venture, 50 Cent‘s “Straight To the Bank” gets that much more validity. That’s word to his spot on this years Forbes‘ Wealthiest Hip-Hop Artists list. His latest deal is in conjuncture with the NFL, who used his Street King Immortal track “We Up” sans Kendrick Lamar for a 2013 NFL Draft commercial.
It’s entertaining to see 50 Cent share how his mind words in tidbits, considering that just ten years ago he was most known as the rapper who survived getting shot nine times. Larry King recently sat down with the Queens native, who is now a Forbes list regular, to discuss his road to success, his […]
50 Cent is on undoubtedly one of Hip-Hop’s greatest rags to riches tales ever. Having ascended to one of the culture’s most successful figures, despite being previously most known for getting shot nine times, the G-Unit frontman is focused on the release of his forthcoming album Street King Immortal and boxing promotions company SMS Promotions. He […]
The Internets responded well to 50 Cent’s “We Up,” featuring Kendrick Lamar and Kidd Kidd, but didn’t hesitate to say how much better the track would sound without the latter of the two featured artists. Looks like the Queens MC took the listeners’ opinions into account, as he releases an updated version of the song […]
50 Cent sat down with the good folks at Hypetrak yesterday and opened up to the website about his business ventures as well as his new music.
50 Cent’s long-awaited single with Kendrick Lamar and Kidd Kidd called “We Up” is finally here.
In a perfect world artists would release music when it’s good and ready, but we know such is not the case. Today’s Hip-Hop fans have become all too familiar with album push backs. With Detox over 10 years in the making and Jay Electronica playing doppelgänger, 50 Cent discussed why his forthcoming Street King Immortal LP won’t […]