"Power" Star Proves This 50 Cent Album's Timeless: "I Asked This Kid In The Gym If I Could Peep What
"Power" star Omari Hardwick knows 50 Cent is much more than a solid actor. The Hollywood stud went to social media this week to put some respect on Fif's Get Rich Or Die Tryin' debut album.
Omari went to Instagram and showed how 50's 2003 studio release still goes hard 14 years later.
Brother Jax 5....i asked this kid in the gym if i could peep what he was vibing to. Yep....they forever rockin to ya mayne. & i was thinkin' 'wait'll they get a load of us' #StillWaitingOnDemAnswers #21Questions
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Last month, 50 Cent hinted at having some new music on deck.
Back in mid-July, 50 updated fans on the status of his long-awaited Street King Immortal album.
"I have an album that I've been waiting to put out. JAY-Z just released a record recently. It was good I just said it was too smart. I think you do gotta dumb down the material to fit in what the culture's producing. It's a little more melody-driven and not as sophisticated as it was when I came in. I guess it's a place for it like that. [Album release date?] It'll be before the end of the year. It won't be as smart as the JAY-Z record. I want to make music people have fun to." (Access Hollywood Live)
Earlier in the year, the G-Unit boss reflected on the impact of his game-changing Get Rich or Die Tryin' release.
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