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Fif is shown cruising alone through the deserts of Las Vegas with his super cool headphones and a totally chill-out attitude.
Girls just can't keep their hands off 50 Cent as he traverses the underground club scene for this new clip.
The celebration of Chris Lighty's life and legacy also becomes the moment longtime foes 50 Cent and Fat Joe call a truce on stage.
Featuring Too Short, the track is lifted off Fiddy's upcoming album 'Street King Immortal'.
T.I. weighs in on what happened in Atlanta over the weekend, putting in a good guess that it was most definitely testosterone running high that caused the brawls.
Following the funeral service at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel in Manhattan, the founder of Violator Management is laid to rest at the George Washington Memorial Park.
Mary J. Blige, Nicki Minaj, Soulja Boy, P. Diddy and Ludacris send their prayers to Chris and his family after the Hip-Hop mogul was found with a gunshot to the head.
The 'Disco Inferno' rhymer says of Kanye West's love ode to girlfriend Kim Kardashian, 'If that man feel like she's perfect, then she's perfect.'
The three music giants sing and rap about triumph and the start of a 'New Day' in this epic track from 'Street King Immortal'.
'New Day' is the first single off 50 Cent's upcoming album 'Street King Immortal' and features Alicia Keys as well as Dr. Dre.
Although his major-label album is being delayed, 50 Cent's latest independent project, '5: Murder by Numbers', will still be released for free this Friday.
The 'In da Club' hitmaker says the accident 'did more damage to the Mack Truck than it did to my truck.'
The rapper and the driver of his SUV were taken to a nearby hospital after their car got rear-ended on LIE.
The video comes from the hand of director Eif Rivera, while the Eminem-assisted track is off Fiddy's Gangsta Grillz mixtape, 'The Lost Tape'.
Having assured fans that his Gangsta Grillz mixtape will not be delayed despite his hospitalization, the 'Candy Shop' rapper writes on Twitter, 'I don't want to go into surgery.'