Afraid you weren’t going to be able to enjoy a fresh cut by 50 Cent with your morning coffee? Don’t Worry Bout It. Today we bring you the second of two new releases off the newly-independent hip-hop mogul’s fifth full-length, following the Booth acclaimed Hold On, which was featured on our pages yesterday. Whereas both the aforementioned jam and buzz single The Funeral were gritty, street-ready chronicles of the hustle, this record finds Fitty kicking back and decompressing at the local club. Over the body-moving production of Charli Brown Beatz, Curtis Jackson urges onlookers to pay no mind to his expensive whip, his diamonds, and his other flashy accoutrements. I suspect his advice is a little less than sincere, however; in Eif Rivera‘s official visuals, he and co-star Yo Gotti don’t hesitate to show off their fly getups. 50 Cent’s first indie full-length, Animal Ambition, is scheduled for release June 3. In the meantime, you can keep your browsers locked for the latest singles.
Written by richard on 03/19/14
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