50 is focused. Following controversy at a recent concert, the G-Unit general unleashes two new guest appearances.
The first of those tracks is Rotimi’s “Nobody,” which also features T.I. It finds the emerging R&B singer and actor who stars in Fif’s “Power” drama singing about a promiscuous girl.
“How you got all these bodies?” Rotimi wonders. “Still ain’t got nobody / You out here livin’ like a thottie / That’s why you ain’t got nobody.”
Meanwhile, Fif adds: “You just be fucking for free / You just be fucking to fuck / You might end up in the sheets / But you’ll never end up in love.”
Then, 50 joins 2 Chainz on Fre$h’s “Petty.” Formerly known as Young Money’s Short Dawg, Fre$h flexes his pettiness. “My ex posted pictures of her new man,” he sing-raps. “So I smashed her friend, I’m just being petty.”
Fif can relate: “I’m a rich ni**a,” he raps. “Still getting ni**as robbed, I’m just being petty / Ni**as act like they want that smoke with me but they ain’t ready.”
“This song was inspired by necessary pettiness,” Fre$h told The FADER. “When you gotta show ’em just because you don’t do something doesn’t mean you can’t…and my ex.”
50 Cent, who recently backed out of Chris Brown’s “The Party Tour,” is currently celebrating the release of his greatest hits album, Best of 50 Cent. He’s also continuing to work on his long-awaited sixth solo album, Street King Immortal.
Beyond music, Curtis Jackson is currently filming Den of Thieves with Gerard Butler and O’Shea Jackson Jr. The film is set for release next year.