Although 50 Cent’s The Kanan Tape was scheduled for delivery on Thanksgiving, it’s now looking to be officially released on December 9th — he promises. To hold eager fans over, 50 is sharing a track from the forthcoming, long-gestating tape, and it’s a goodie. Linking up with forward-thinking Atlanta producer Sonny Digital — whose responsibile for a slew of exciting rap production — 50 Cent is claiming, once more, that he’s indeed “the man”. Check out 50 Cent’s reinvigorating “I’m the Man” after the jump.
50 Cent recently debuted a new track at an NYC rooftop party. That track, “9 Shots,” is now getting a proper release via iTunes. In addition, it appears as though his long-gestating, seemingly-shelved album Street King Immortal will be getting a release after all. Who knows when, though? Your guess is as good as mine. Check out 50’s latest offering, “9 Shots,” after the jump!
50 Cent has a new signee and it’s someone named Rotimi. Yep, Rotimi sounds like a rap name in 2015. Anyway, Rotimi is a new signee to 50’s G-Unit imprint which had itself a pretty good 2014 and a decent 2015 thus far. But 50 is taking things up a notch with Rotimi, who is also an actor from what we’ve gathered. This track “Lotto” also features 50, so check that out after the jump.
Boosie Badazz’ Every Ghetto, Every City Vol. 1 is currently available over at LiveMixtapes. Two standouts include the 50 Cent featured cut “Paid” and the Migos featured track “Lotta Respect.” You can hear ’em both after the jump. Head over to LiveMixtapes and cop that new Boosie ASAP!
G-Unit’s The Beast Is G-Unit EP is finally getting a release date after much delay and speculation. The 6-track EP will officially drop via iTunes on March 3rd and to celebrate the G-Unit crew is sharing “Boy Boy” off the forthcoming project. Featuring all of the core members (sans Lloyd Banks) “Boy Boy” finds the unit going bar for bar over some sick production courtesy of !llmind, Jake One and G-Koop. Listen after the jump.
G-Unit’s Young Buck is looking to make the most out of the new year as he releases a new loosie with “New Year’s Cake.” The track, which borrows the awesome “Pound Cake” beat, finds Buck reveling in the misery before celebrating his triumphs. Listen to Young Buck’s “New Year’s Cake” after the jump.
G-Unit teams up for “Bring My Bottles”. Young Buck is joined by 50 Cent and Tony Yayo for the Swiff D produced track. The cut is vintage G-Unit, as the trio revisits their Beg for Mercy track. Listen after the jump.