Fif drops off another visual off his upcoming Animal Ambition LP, this time unloading the clip for his “Irregular Heartbeat” collaboration with Jadakiss and Kidd Kidd.
Tuesday night, Curtis invaded the Hot 97 studios in NY for an extensive sit-down with Funk Flex. 50 spoke on his divorce from Interscope, Summer Jam, G-Unit, the future of NY rap and more. Check out the second part of the interview after the jump. Read More
Curtis lets go of the visual for his very-New York “Chase The Paper” posse cut with Styles P, Prodigy & Kidd Kidd. This will appear on Fif’s upcoming Animal Ambition LP, due out June 3.
Fif stops by Hot 97’s Morning Show for a lengthy and candid interview with Cipha Sounds, Ebro and Laura Stylez. Curtis touches on a number of topics including the state of NY rap, what he really thinks of Troy Ave, his upcoming Animal Ambition LP and more. Hit the jump for part two. Read More
When you’re hot, you’re hot. 50 continues his streak of hot releases with “Hustler,” the latest leak from his forthcoming Animal Ambition. Fif sounds pretty perfect over that Jake One production. Read More
Smells like 2003 in here. 50 reunites with Joe for the smooth “Big Rich Town,” the latest release from Fif’s upcoming Animal Ambition LP. Directed by Eif Rivera.
50 gives us a visual for his “Smoke” single featuring Trey Songz. Directed by Eif Rivera.
50 returns to the Power 105 studios for an extensive sit-down with The Breakfast Club. Fif speaks on the Diddy/Ross Instagram controversy, his “Smoke” single, his upcoming Animal Ambition LP, breaking ties with Interscope/Aftermath and more. Hit the jump for part 2. Read More
Fif touches down with the official for “Pilot,” the latest and arguably strongest release from his forthcoming Animal Ambition LP. Directed by Eif Rivera.
Yo Gotti wouldn’t be on anyone’s shortlist of prospective collaborators with Curtis, but this one kinda knocks. 50 is still capable of making quality music when he isn’t still trying to jump on those G-Unit mixtape-esque instrumentals. Read More
50 drops off an official video for his “Hold On” track, which he debuted at SXSW earlier this week. Eif Rivera’s visuals are tight as usual but too bad Curtis’ sound continues to be stuck in 2005.