50 Cent Speaks On Current Climate of Hip-Hop…Eminem’s Songwriting Skills…Rick Ross Not Being About That Life

50 Cent has come to the conclusion that he’ll never sell as many records as his first smash album, Get Rich or Die Tryin’. Due to the various changes in the Hip-Hop community, he’s had to adjust to the lane he’s made for himself. And he’s proud of where he’s at. It’s because of his music that he’s even here.

Also, 50 explains how he finds time to engage in his extensive business avenues. It’s all a part of who he is as a person. One venture relates to another which paints a portrait of the man behind the music.

Then, 50 explains the kind of music and artists that impact him. He credits Eminem’s songwriting capabilities and his legendary status within the culture before bashing Rick Ross.

Tune in for yourself:

 

Young Buck Looking For A G-Unit Reunion

Young Buck calls in to Shade45 to speak to DJ Whoo Kid about back in the day and a possible future with 50 and G-Unit.

I always had respect for Young Buck but he’s been out of the loop so long I wonder if the Hip-Hop nation would accept him back into the mainstream with open arms. It’s a bit of a tricky situation when you’ve been out of the spotlight for as long as he’s been.

What do you think?

ThisIs50 Presents – Blog This

Thisis50 Presents “Blog This,” a new mixtape featuring a variety of old hits, some new tracks, and some never before heard records from some of the biggest artists in the game. Featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Jay-Z, Eminem T.I, 2 Chainz, French Montana, Kanye West, Jeezy, Pusha T, Vado, Fred The Godson, Joe Budden, Drake, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Big Sean, Papoose, Wale, DMX, Machine Gun Kelly, J.Cole and many more this tape is certainly sure to entertain!

Props to ThisIs50.

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50 Cent Presents “Blog This” Mix Tape

ThisIs50 sports a new trailer for 50 Cent’s upcoming mixtape dropping March 27th entitled {Blog This}. Tracks old and new will be featured on the mixtape from artists such as Eminem, Drake, Jay-Z, Tony Yayo, 50 Cent, T.I., 2 Chainz, French Montana, Kanye West, Lloyd Banks, and more!

Check out the trailer here: