Whether it’s about his ridiculous beefs with Rick Ross, Fat Joe, and The Game, his refusal to release Young Buck from his contract with G-Unit, or a perceived decline in the quality of his musical output, 50 Cent has been picking up a lot of hate lately. Now, 50’s put all that negative feedback to use as inspiration for his latest single; on which he tells all his haters, “OK, You’re Right.” It doesn’t matter to him, though—he’s too busy blowing massive wads of cash to worry about their criticisms. Something tells me that this record will meet a warm reception from the Booth, due in large part to Dr. Dre‘s dark, Get Rich or Die Tryin’-style beat. If OK, You’re Right, along with Get Up and I Get It In are any indication, Before I Self Destruct just might be the return to form fans have been waiting for. The album currently lacks a solid release date, but you can expect that to change very soon.
Written by Burmy on 05/19/09
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