Fif is letting some skeletons out
50 Cent‘s new album, Animal Ambition, is slated to be out on June 3rd, and considering the amount of music he’s flooded the streets with, there’s bound to be at least one or two of the Queens native’s latest singles that have caught on with you. Whether it’s the cool, calculated vintage 50 on “Hold On”, or the pop-esque, upbeat, club ready Curtis on the Trey Songz-assisted, Dr. Dre-produced “Smoke”, there’s certainly a variety of styles to choose from.
However, when the former Interscope rep does interviews, he only knows one gear: blunt.
A few weeks ago he sat down with The Breakfast Club as they made their Revolt TV debut and divulged some interesting information on a slew of topics, including his relationship with Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Puff Daddy, and his current situation after leaving Interscope Records.
This time around, 50 headed over to Hot 97 to chop it up with their morning show crew and was similarly transparent, talking about everything from Troy Ave, who many believe to be the new face of New York rap, to more details about his dealings with what used to be G-Unit, including referring to his former cohorts as “lazy”.
You can watch both parts of the interview below.