The first thing you see when you watch the clip is it’s rated “R” for “police brutality, graphic violence and explicit language.”
With the lyrics to new song “Changes,” 50 Cent laments the tensions that have arisen between him and Dr. Dre.
One disc for the greatest hits, and one disc of brand new material from Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, D-12, Yelawolf and more to be announced.
The legendary boxer declared three mid-2000s titans irrelevant, which didn’t fly with 50 Cent.
“Ahhh S–t” channels the national outrage surrounding the Mike Brown killing in Ferguson, Mo., for a call to action that sums up many of the frustrations currently being voiced on social media, if not mainstream news channels.
You can find him in the club — and, now, on stage with Drake and Lil Wayne.
Drake managed to wrangle up a few of his musician friends — 10 to be exact — for the 40-song set. He even got his dear ol’ mom to come out and make an appearance.
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.