A music video aimed to promote 50 Cent's new song called "I'll Do Anything" has been unleashed. It features the rap mogul singing his verses and frolicking with his love interest. In one scene, he is captured having the woman sitting on his lap.
"I'll Do Anything" is a song coming from 50 Cent's mixtape "War Angel". The track as well as the mixtape have been dropped for free download on his website starting from Tuesday, June 16.
Another 50 Cent's music video which is expected to be premiered sometime soon is a video for "OK, You're Right". Prior to its premiere, the video for a single from his upcoming studio album "Before I Self Destruct" was teased through an on-set picture.
In another news, 50 Cent opened up the reason record labels are not quite supportive with their artists. He recently said, "If you don't make a record that can actually play to a certain amount of audience, there is no possibly way you're going to get the marketing dollars necessary from your system to promote the project to the point that you have the huge successful records that I've had."
"Now I've made enough street material prior to 'Get Rich or Die Tryin'' for you to forget 'In Da Club' was 'In Da Club'. And then the 'Curtis' album, I didn't make any of that music prior to that album and while other artists chose to sing their entire record, I chose to collaborate with other singers and they said that was the weakest album for me because the hip-hop community feels it's up to me to give them the aggressive content. They don't believe the other guys have experienced any portion of that lifestyle."
50 Cent's "I'll Do Anything" music video