The Eif Rivera-directed visuals sees 50 rapping his lines in a room full of scantily-clad ladies.
50 Cent celebrated the release of his new album, "Animal Ambition", by dropping the official music video for the LP's title track on Tuesday, June 3. Directed by Eif Rivera, the clip mostly features the rapper spitting his verses while being surrounded by some ladies who show off seductive moves in front of the camera.
"Animal Ambition" album marks 50's first full-length that he released independently following his departure from Interscope Records and Eminem's imprint Shady/Aftermath earlier this year. The record, which he says centers on "prosperity," boasts guest appearances from Trey Songz, Yo Gotti and Jadakiss among others.
In other news, 50 recently reunited with his G-Unit when performing at Summer Jam over the weekend. Following their appearance at the event, the collective debuted their remix of Hit Boy-produced "Grindin My Whole Life".
According to a new XXL report, the group is currently cooking up something in the studio and a new G-Unit album may be coming in the future. "We got no dates, we working. [We] in the studio. Stay tuned," said Young Buck.
50 Cent's "Animal Ambition" music video