Here is a new entry in VEVO’s series Music Is My Sport, which focuses on the way that artists address their athletic side. In this episode, 50 Cent talks about his music, his struggle, being shot, his business ventures, ‘Street King Immortal’ album and more.
Previously: 50 Cent ft. Kendrick Lamar – We Up (Video)
Fif always got a weird/new way of dong things. For the release of his ‘We Up’ video and decides to premiere it on iTunes. This is the official one for the updated version featuring only Kendrick Lamar. Directed by Eif Rivera. ‘Street King Immortal’ dropping later this year.
Previously: 50 Cent ft. Kendrick Lamar – We Up
50 Cent drops the updated version of his next single “We Up.” It features Kendrick Lamar. Street King Immortal drops later this year.
Previously: 50 Cent on ESPN’s First Take (Video)
ESPN’s First Take guest today was none other than 50 Cent, who joined the debate desk with Skip Bayless. He talks about his relationship with Floyd Mayweather Jr., Mayweather ducking Manny Pacquiao, what boxing could learn from MMA and his upcoming album.
This was inspired by 10years anniversary of GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN.
“I wrote the song so every time i hear it it reminds me of it and wrote it the day before yesterday shot yesterday. It took me longer to find the beat than to actually write it.”
In his “Campaign’n 2013″ vlog, Young Jeezy performs at shows in Ohio and Tampa before heading to Washington for inauguration weekend. He gives a performance at Echostage and surprises the crowd by bringing out 50 Cent to do ‘Major Distribution’.
Previously: Young Jeezy – Live In Rochester, NY (Video)
- Juicy J ft. Young Jeezy x Big Sean – Show Out (rudeboyy.com)
50 finally drops the official video ‘Major Distribution’ featuring Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy. Directed by Eif Rivera. This is off his upcoming album “Street King Immortal” dropping this spring.
Previously: Behind The Scenes
50 gives us a behind the scenes look to his video for his new single ‘Major Distribution’ featuring Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy. The behind the scenes look to give you an idea of what to expect from the Eif Rivera directed visual. “Street King Immortal” in stores February 26th.
Previously: 50 Cent – Puerto Rico Takeover (Video)