In support of this year’s NFL draft, a few of the league’s upcoming picks get a boost thanks to 50 and his latest single, “We Up”. The first round picks go down April 25 at Radio Music Hall in NY.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson is all about business. And from the studio to the ring, the artist, actor, author and now, boxing promoter, quickly shares his journey to success.
“It is one of the fastest-growing brands within vodka,” says Jack Russo, an equity analyst at Edward Jones & Co. “Consumers are feeling a little bit better about their situation, and with that, they’re willing to spend more on premium products.”
2. Jay-Z – $475 million
3. Dr. Dre – $350 million
4. Birdman – $150 million
5. 50 Cent – $125 million
German talk show Wetten, Dass..? literally rolled out Fiddy to their show yesterday. After critiquing one of the host’s rap, he spoke on his 2000 shooting and his 2011 film, All Things Fall Apart.
According to the video preview, this will appear on Kidd Kidd’s upcoming mixtape. But more than likely, that’s subject to change. Kendrick’s verse was made for retail.
UPDATE: The official version minus Kidd Kidd with second verse from 50. Hits iTunes next Tuesday. Official video coming soon.
VH1 will revisit Fiddy’s 2009 Behind The Music tonight. The revamp episode will feature the prep of his Street King Immortal album, Chris Lighty’s passing and a look at his “We Up” shoot with Kendrick Lamar.
UPDATE: Full episode below
Before 50′s protege fighter Billy Dib went head-to-toe with Evgeny Gradovich last night, Fif walked him to the ring performing “New Day”. When it was all said and done, it was a split-decision loss for Dib. Rematch.