Pitchfork has released a video featuring some information about Game’s time as a stripper, we’ve embedded it and skipped to the relevant time for you.
Jayceon danced there maybe twice and 50 Cent will not let him forget it. Somehow somebody got pictures of him dancing in that club with his g-string on and boy, boy, boy…
When Eminem signed 50 Cent and they went on the mixtape tirade, man, that was one of my favorite times in Hip-Hop. Really, things were just so exciting and entertaining.
Anyway, here’s a new track from Fif’. Eminem is Eminem, or at least, the new Em, but 50 seems to actually be trying to spit, which is nice.
Do you fuck on the “First Date”? Fif and $hort Dawg explain their reasons.
This is actually a hot track for me amongst the ladies in this video for “Money”. Off Fif’s 5 (Murder By Numbers) album. When you gonna release a new album and spit fire Fif? Holla at us!
The Forbes “Hip-Hop Cash King” list for 2012 has been released, and topping out the bank is Dr. Dre, who was also the only Hip-Hop celebrity to make the general “Highest-Paid Celebrities” list where he came it at number 5.
T.I. sits down with ThisIs50 for an interview to discuss Trouble Man, his family and a possible collabo with 50 Cent.
According to NY Daily News, legendary executive Chris Lighty committed suicide outside his Bronx at home on the morning of August 30th following an argument with his estranged wife, Veronica. He was 44.
Lighty first got his break working with Kool DJ Red Alert and RUSH management. He founded Violator Management in 1989 and helped mold the careers of Jungle Brothers, A Tribe Called Quest, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes, Mariah Carey, 50 Cent and many others.
He furthered his brand in 1999 with the release of Violator: The Album, Vol. 1 and Violator: The Album, Vol. 2 in 2001. Last September, the company merged with Primary Wave Talent agency. Condolences to the Lighty family.
Vincent Chase Adrian Grenier has produced a documentary about how to make money from selling narcotics in America called How to Make Money Selling Drugs, featuring interviews with some of the most successful and notorious drug dealers in the industry, including the real Freeway Rick Ross, as well as interviews with 50 Cent and Eminem.
This fascinating documentary offers an in-depth look at the high-stakes world of drug dealing and drug enforcement, featuring interviews with top-ranking government officials and such celebrities as Woody Harrelson, Susan Sarandon, The Wire creator David Simon and rappers Eminem, 50 Cent and Rick Ross.