Which means we have mixtapes to look forward to.
The minimal, piano-driven beat leaves plenty of room for tough talk and drug boasts, which 50, Lloyd Banks, and the rest are more than happy to supply.
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.
“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.
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.”
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.
50 Cent reunited with G-Unit over the weekend for a New York radio festival gig, but the big story is an allegedly robbery the rapper had a hand in, which also took place on stage that same night.