Financial freedom is something we all want. And for 50 Cent’s new video, he frees himself of all material possessions. Says Fif: This was inspired by 10years anniversary of GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN I wrote the song so everytime i hear it it reminds me of it. I wrote it the day before yesterday shot yesterday it took me longer to find the beat than to actually write it. I didnt shoot the 3rd verse for you to focus […]
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50 Cent didn’t have to die to get rich. Thanks to his blockbuster debut Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, 50 flipped his underground hustle into a multi-million dollar empire. Today, Fif celebrates the 10 year anniversary of his multi-platinum seller. A lot has changed since then, but Fif’s managed to roll with the times. Above is an infograph chronicling his decade-long journey. Pretty impressive resume. Sip some some Bacardi and toast to a landmark career. Sidebar: 50 Cent Breaks Down […]
Damn, time flies. Come tomorrow, 50 Cent’s debut Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ will turn 10. Fif sat with MTV and dissected a few tracks off the LP. “Many Men (Death Wish)” 50 Cent had been rapping for years before he was shot in May 2000, and he was a pretty good rapper, too, but those nine shots changed everything. On the Digga-produced “Many Men,” the superstar MC laid it all on the line, talking about the price that was put on […]
50 Cent’s new video caused a chain reaction. Literally. In the clip for “Major Distribution”, a youngster is sporting a Maybach Music Group necklace. It’s rumored that the pendant belongs to Gunplay, but according to 50, he says he scooped it up while doing some window shopping. “It came from a jeweler. Jewelers, they made it. Yeah, we got it and ended up putting it in the video,” the G-Unit juggernaut explained Thursday. “That’s what rappers do: Rappers put jewelry […]
Rain or shine, 50 Cent has a book to promote. And to help push Formula 50, Fif held a few book signings throughout New York and New Jersey and here is a recap from ThisIs50. Sidebar: 50 talks G-Unit & Floyd with Sirius’ Renada Romain.
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Backed by an army, Curtis, Jeezy and Snoop Dogg finally distribute the final edit of their video. Directed by Eif Rivera. Street King Immortal coming soon. era