50 Cent aims to make his mark in the rap game in 2023 with new music promises, along with numerous projects from his ever-expanding film and TV empire.
The G-Unit mogul said on Sunday (January 1) that his good friend Eminem will be making a comeback in 2022 after he reportedly has more than 5 billion views on YouTube. I joined Instagram to acknowledge my success. platform last year.
In his caption, 50 hinted that he will be stopping new music, TV shows, and movies in the coming year to remind the world that he still has them.
“That’s my boy,” he wrote, along with a headline about Em’s YouTube dominance. New music, new TV, new movies, let’s go! #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.
When it came to his 2022 YouTube stream, 50 Cent wasn’t a slouch either.The Queens, New York-based rapper has been named the platform’s top 10 most popular rap artist in the past year, even though he’s only released two songs in the past year. was reportedly recorded.
Power Book IV theme song “Power Powder Respect” featuring Lil Dark and Jeremih, and “Is This Love (’09)”, a collaboration with Eminem who was discovered.
Only Nicki Minaj, Juice WRLD, Lil Nas X, Future, Lil Baby, NBA Young Boy, Drake, Doja Cat, and of course Eminem got more views.
“I haven’t posted anything in a while,” 50 boasted in another post. “I would be pissed if I was new and not on the list. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi.
MSNBC’s Snoop Dogg, DJ Quik, Ari Melber, and more applauded the longevity of the ’50s. Snoop commented and Quick wrote:
“@50cent you are a legend. Too seasoned. There is a seasonal chart to work for.”
50 Cent opened up about his new music plans last summer, telling The Breakfast Club he had no plans to release another album. I played around with the idea of releasing it in two.
“I’ve started working on some things,” he told DJ Envy. But creative… I have all the vehicles needed for this. I have 25 TV shows. ”
“I could relate this EP to it. Rock it without the pressure of it being a whole album. Go check it out, when was the last time you saw actual sales numbers for the record?”
50, whose last album was 2014’s Animal Ambition, detailed his plans in an interview with Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning in October, explaining what his core audience life is like now. He revealed that he adjusted his approach to releasing new content after realizing it was a very different place… until when he first appeared on stage.
“Now these people are 43,” he explained. “They drink at home what they would otherwise have in a nightclub. They meet people they are within another place, not in the nightlife because their kid’s party there.” .”
Given that his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin’, which was released on February 6, 2003, will celebrate its 20th anniversary next month, 50 Cent’s 2023 release of his musical his A comeback would be appropriate. ‘In Da Club’, ‘P.I.M.P.’, and ’21 Questions’ were chart-topping projects that reaffirmed Gangsta’s rap dominance while cementing 50 Cent as a global superstar.
Currently, 9x platinum, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ could cross 10 million this year and earn the coveted diamond shield from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). This would be his first diamond record in the 1950s, with Eminem, Tupac, and The Notorious B.