50 Cent unleashes the first of 10 songs that will appear on his EP 'The Big Ten,' which commemorates his 10-year anniversary of his 2002 mixtape '50 Is the Future.' The New York rapper takes it back to the street with nihilistic rhymes and tough talk.
Hip-hop toughie 50 Cent is featured on not one, not two, not three, not four but on five different covers for the year-end, double issue of XXL magazine. Yep, that's a lot of covers for one artist. But we are talking about Fiddy, who will celebrate his 10th anniversary in the rap game in 2012. The covers, which boasts the tagline "It's Always Money, Power & Respect," will recognize the five different personalities of the celebrated New York rapper.
How strange would it be if longtime BFFs Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King lost their friendship over rapper 50 Cent? That's the scenario painted by one publication, which says Oprah is upset that Gayle is falling for the rapper.
New York rapper Uncle Murda brings along heavy hitters Mariah Carey, 50 Cent and Young Jeezy for the latest remix of his mixtape hit 'Warning,' which proves conclusively that having a bunch of big names on a track doesn't mean the song will be any good.
Rapper 50 Cent has teamed up with boxing legends Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather to shoot a promo ad for his energy drink Street King. The video parodies the hit movie 'The Hangover,' which also co-starred Tyson.
Actor Hugh Jackman has revealed that he's an avid hip-hop fan. Last year, while shooting his futuristic boxing flick 'Real Steel,' he and the film's director, Shawn Levy, attended an Eminem concert and was blown away by his performance. Who knew Wolverine was down with hip-hop?
Hip-hop toughie 50 Cent is ready to conquer Hollywood with his next big-screen project. The budding film mogul is developing an action movie called 'The Pursuit' through his production company Cheetah Vision Films, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
It looks like Game and 50 Cent are rekindling their heated rivalry once again. After Fiddy released a song called 'Love Hate, Loves,' in which he takes lyrical jabs at Game and Lil Wayne, the Compton, Calif., rapper is ready to fire back with his own diss record.
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