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'.
50 Cent has just shared a music video for his new song "Murder One". At midnight on Saturday, May 26, the "Candy Shop" rapper uploaded the fresh clip for his Eminem-assisted track on his official YouTube channel. He tweeted afterward, "this that new sh*t MURDER ONE check it out."
The video is directed by Eif Rivera and sees the 36-year-old spitting his rhymes amidst chains and sparks. "Silence, it's the return of the tyrant/ See him through my third eye with both closed eyelids/ Stand closer to the homey you gonna die with/ Flames come up out the muzzle on the sh** that I spit," he raps.
When speaking of the clip recently, Fiddy told Mixtape Daily, "It was actually shot in Brooklyn, New York." The "Baby by Me" MC then elaborated, "It was put together, I got a specific quota I'm utilizing to shoot videos now so I can pick up production value."
"Murder One" is one of the tracks off Fiddy's Gangsta Grillz mixtape, "The Lost Tape". About him committing into the making of the mixtape with DJ Drama, the rapper joked, "It was pressure, it was pressure; I was forced. The boys from the south got big on us. So they came down here to the north and said, 'Look, man, you gotta roll with Rush.' I fully cooperated and now we got Gangsta Grillz."
50 Cent's "Murder One" Music Video