50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd trade verses over a sample of the Gap Band’s 1983 hit single “Outstanding.”
While the likely preference is to make news for a Best Buy selling out of your album, 50 Cent went for the next best thing: he made Best Buy sell out of someone else’s album.
Crutches are meant to promote healing, but Ja Rule apparently didn’t get that memo.
“My issue with Game is I don’t know what happened with him, period. How can you have an assessment on someone who’s flip-flopped their entire career?”
50 Cent is sticking with a theme for the videos from his new album Animal Ambition: cars and puffy jackets.
50 Cent was a guest on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live” and called out multiple hip hop stars including Beyoncé and JAY Z.
The gauntlet has been thrown down.
Shot in a warehouse, 50, Lloyd Banks, Tong Yayo, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd return to their guerilla ways to recreate the freestyle.
Though they ramp up the religious imagery, the guys also weigh in on more recent newsmakers like Donald Sterling.
Last weekend at a New York City radio station concert, 50 Cent allegedly had a hand in an onstage robbery in which hip-hop duo Slowbucks were the victims, with claims that the pair was assaulted and robbed at the rapper’s command.