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The Eif Rivera-directed visuals sees 50 rapping his lines in a room full of scantily-clad ladies.
The rapper can do whatever he wants with his music and release it whenever he likes after he left Interscope and Eminem's Shady/Aftermath earlier this year.
The rapper threw the first pitch at Mets game using his left hand and the ball went far to the left of the catcher.
The rapper performs old hit 'In Da Club' and brings out Trey Songz and Joe to perform 'Smoke' and 'Power' theme song 'Big Rich Town', respectively.
In addition to showing 50 rapping in an abandoned house, the Eif Rivera-directed visuals gives glimpses at two criminals kidnapping a man and tormenting him for no clear reason.
The track is set to appear in 50's new album, 'Animal Ambition', which is scheduled to hit the stores on June 3.
The 11-track album, which is set to come out on June 3, will feature guest appearances from Yo Gotti, Styles P, Trey Songz and Jadakiss among others.
50 says that West's newest album is 'weird' and feels like 'a weird combination of dance music sounds and stuff.'
The Eif Rivera-directed clip centers on a female agent who fights bad guys before saving the rapper who's gone missing.
The rapper's featured dressing up as a pilot while rapping about his lifestyle in the new music video.
The track precedes the arrival of the rapper's new album, 'Animal Ambition', which is due out on June 3.
The rapper quickly took down the photos, which also included former record executive Steve Stoute, minutes after he posted them.
The rapper, who releases his successful debut record 'Get Rich or Die Tryin' ' under the major label in 2003, will now release his 'Animal Ambition' album via Capitol's Caroline Records.
The two unlikely friends can be seen enjoying their time at the Los Angeles Lakers vs New York Knicks game and are spotted holding hands at one point.
The rapper gets a break in the case by agreeing to plead guilty to one count of misdemeanor vandalism.