G-Unit’s 50 Cent recently discussed his love for international traveling and revealed what non-United States spot he considers his favorite.
While Fif has touched nearly every city on the globe, he named London his favorite go-to place.
“I’m going to go on an international tour following this [Street King Immortal release], with my music and stuff like that when I get back,” Fif revealed in an interview. “[Where do I love most outside of my home?] London. I do, I like London because it’s like your first stop, your first international spot. You be like, ‘Wow, I’m in London.’ Like, the record company takes you to London from the US. It’s the very first place and you get a chance to enjoy it.” (TV Total)
Not only a hot spot for the G-Unit head, rap star Big Sean said the G.O.O.D. Music compilation Cruel Summer was completed in London last year.
“We’re gonna do the G.O.O.D. Music album first; we been working on that,” Big Sean said in an interview. “So, me, Kanye, [Kid] Cudi, CyHi, John Legend, Common, Pusha T, everybody on G.O.O.D., Mr Hudson: We’re all working on a new project; it’s almost done. We’re going to London to finish it up and do the last part of it and working on my album at the same time with ‘Ye and everybody.” (MTV)
Recently, G-Unit’s Kidd Kidd spoke to SOHH about traveling the world with Curtis Jackson.
“I’ve been to a lot of places since hooking up with 50. Outside of Morocco, I would have to say one of my favorite places has been Amsterdam,” Kidd added. “I think I may have been born there. [laughs] Word. I record a lot of music on the road, I do a lot of new music on the road. I like to go back to New Orleans and really just be with the family. It’s more like a vacation when I go back home. I’m kind of like on vacation because I’m gone so much. When I’m at home, I just try to enjoy every minute.” (SOHH)
Fif has kept busy as of late, recently dropping his revamped “We Up” music video.
50 Cent hits the West Coast with Kendrick Lamar in the video for his new single “We Up.” The hip-hop mogul toasts to the good life while kicking it poolside in a plush pad in the Hollywood Hills surrounded by women. K-Dot stops by to deliver his verse in the Eif Rivera-directed clip. Fif’s G-Unit signee Kidd Kidd was previously featured on the song. The new version boasts new bars from 50 in place of his verse. The reworked track will hit iTunes on April 2, while his album Street King Immortal is due later this spring. (Rap-Up)
Check out 50 Cent’s interview: