The Eif Rivera-directed clip centers on a female agent who fights bad guys before saving the rapper who's gone missing.
50 Cent has debuted a new song titled "Smoke" and its accompanying music video. The track was produced by Dr. Dre and Dawaun Parker and it features the smooth vocals from Trey Songz on the hook.
For the visuals, it centers on a female agent who's sent to find 50 who's gone missing. The lady takes on the bad guys before discovering the rapper being tied in the trunk of a car. The video, which ends with a "to be continued" message, was directed by Eif Rivera.
"Smoke" precedes the arrival of 50's highly-anticipated new album, "Animal Ambition". Featuring contributions from the likes of Dr. Dre, Jadakiss, Styles P, Trey Songz and Prodigy of Mobb Deep, the record is due out on June 3.
"Overall, the project is about prosperity," 50 Cent recently told MTV of his new album. "The first joint I put out was 'Hold on'. and it's about the envy or jealousy connected to doing too well in front of people in the environment I grew up in."
50 Cent's "Smoke" (feat. Trey Songz) music video