“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.
“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.