The rapper premieres the clip is support of his latest collaboration with hip-hop heavyweights Dogg and Jeezy.
G-Unit Records mogul 50 Cent has just released the music video of his collaboration track with hip-hop stars Snoop Dogg and Young Jeezy off the forthcoming album "Street King Immortal". Entitled "Major Distribution", the new clip was produced by Marvin "Soul Professa" Coady and directed by 50 Cent's frequent collaborator Eif Rivera.
Cent used the term "major distribution" as a metaphor for hustling drugs, which he skillfully rhymed about in the track's hook. He spits, "I'm trying to move one brick, two brick, three bricks, four, more / I'm trying to move five bricks, ten bricks, twenty bricks raw / (I smoke one ounce staring at the caddy on the showroom floor / Now I'm trying to move 5 pounds, 10 pounds, 20 pounds, more Boy)".
The video was equally clear-cut, showing the three rap stars in different dimly-lit shots, with their posse and gangsta girls brandishing gold machine guns and stacks of cash. Snoop Dogg's multi-colored studded shades and a solitary dancer painted on with a gold suit were a few of the "colorful" attractions.
"Major Distribution" follows previously released "Street King Immortal" singles, "New Day" with Dr. Dre and Alicia Keys, "My Life" with Adam Levine and Eminem, and "First Date" with Too Short. As to the album's release, 50 Cent tweeted, "Album delay STREET KING IMMORTAL will be out this spring. Do to Executive changes. I'm mad my album date is changing again but ill use the time to make it better if I can."
50 Cent's "Major Distribution" Music Video Feat. Snoop Dogg & Young Jeezy