Love may not mean never having to say you’re sorry,but being 50 Cent evidently does; on Outlawz, the potential lead street single off his forthcoming fifth studio album, Curtis Jackson celebrates his ability to do whatever he wants, whenever he wants to do it. Backing the rap renegade’s rhymes is a whip-ready synth instrumental by Cardiak. Fitty’s forthcoming full-length has yet to receive either a title or a solid release date, but fans can, as always, keep it locked for the latest release details!
Written by richard on 06/17/11
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