Originally set to drop this past December, Before I Self-Destruct was subsequently pushed back to February because 50 Cent wanted the chance to release more new music in the meantime. For the last month, we’ve heard nothing from 50, and his reality show, The Money and the Power,
dropped off the air with no conclusion
(ed: though widely reported, rumors of the show’s cancellation were, in fact, false). Just when it seemed like the G-Unit general might be done for, he premiered his newest single , I Get It In on (where else?) ThisIs50.com; having gotten plenty of drinks into his system, 50 starts blowing plenty of money on the surrounding females (something he would NEVER do sober). Once again, his Aftermath boss, Dr. Dre, goes hard with the beat; since that boost has worked on In Da Club, Disco Inferno, Outta Control, and Straight to the Bank, there’s no reason why I Get It In shouldn’t prove another club banger and regain a few lapsed fans along the way.
Written by Burmy on 01/6/09
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