News: 50 Cent Shows He's Not Worried 'Bout Nothin' W/ Yo Gotti
Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014 10:45AM
G-Unit head 50 Cent is keeping true to his promise of releasing fresh music on a weekly basis with the unleashing of his Yo Gotti-assisted "Don't Worry 'Bout It."
The latest Animal Ambition anthem premiered online late Monday (March 17).
50 Cent gets money, but how he gets it is none of your concern. The rap mogul says mind your own business on the Yo Gotti-assisted "Don't Worry 'Bout It," the latest release from his independent album Animal Ambition. "Don't worry about how I get my money, b*tch just know I get my money," barks Fif. The song, along with "Hold On," went to iTunes on Monday night. (Rap-Up)
Along with promising Animal Ambition and Street King Immortal would arrive before December 31, Fif recently hinted at some upcoming joint tracks.
"There's actually two songs that'll be out on the 18," Fif said in an interview. "Kidd Kidd's on three of the songs. Three songs on the album. ... 'Irregular Heartbeat,' that's with Jadakiss. 'Chasing Paper' with Prodigy and Styles. So you'll get a chance to see them. ... After this Animal Ambition, I'm going to put out Street King Immortal." (This Is 50)
Last week, Fif admitted his growing stash of music and interest in keeping records refreshing had kept Animal Ambition shelved.
Due to the countless delays of "Animal Ambition," 50 had to "reapproach the record": "It's been so long that I had to rebuild my record. I can't put out what I made yesterday today." "This album is prosperity. It's the positive and negative effects of prosperity. If I'm doing too good, it's actually not good in front of people." (Billboard)
Recently, Curtis Jackson credited rap heavyweights Nas and Rakim for heavily influencing the upcoming release.
"When I fell in love with hip-hop it was more important that you had your own style than you being able to master a version of Rakim or a version of another artist's style," he says alluding to artist he has publicly called his idol. "Nobody does that better than [Rakim]. Even with new content that flow is still his flow. Nas is [also] one of those guys...he has his own. Even if some people make comparisons that was just Queensbridge, man. That period for me...Mobb Deep, Prodigy is in his own class in my mind." (VIBE)