When the odds are stacked against him, 50 Cent tends to deliver. 50 Cent rose to fame a decade ago, after being blackballed by the industry. Releasing his own albums on the streets, mixtapes, 50 Cent became one of the biggest rappers in the game. His popularity led to a deal with Interscope Records.
The door was opened and 50 Cent began launching a number of businesses. 50 Cent found success with G-Unit Records and began doing films. Vitamin Water was perhaps the biggest venture of 50 Cent’s life. While he was becoming a mogul, the relationship with Interscope Records soured.
From the way things look, 50 Cent has next to no support from Interscope Records. A month ago, 50 Cent revealed he would release his album in July with or without the support of his album. The odds are stacked high once again against 50 Cent. However, during his conversation with Ness Nitty, 50 Cent spoke on his new project, 5, and he once again spoke on the fight between Chris Brown and Drake.
Watch the entire interview below: