Tag: 50 cent
As Hip-Hop Kings fans were made aware, 50 Cent’s latest single “This is Murder Not Music” used Brown Bag AllStars own Audible Doctor’s beat, and now we have the official remix which features Young Buck which I wanted to post. Audible Doctor has worked with some high profile artists over the past few years, with 50 Cent topping the list, and it shows the direction and ambition of the Audible Doctor and how he plans to continue in 2014. Please feel free to browse the Hip-Hop Kings archives for more Audible Doctor music. However, you can listen to 50 Cent ft Young Buck – This is Murder not Music Remix (produced by Audible Doctor) on the audio player below.
There was a lot of hype surrounding this track, but it’s now been confirmed that “Syllables” from Eminem, Jay-Z, Dr Dre, 50 Cent, Cashis and Stat Quo is actually an old track that was recorded a couple of years ago. A big give-away is the voice used from Eminem, more familiar with his music pre-Relapse. The track is still excellent and is a brilliant combination of the finest Aftermath-affiliated artists. Watch out for some more music in the near future from the above artists as we head into 2011. Many questions remain regarding Detox, however “Syllables” isn’t a confirmed entry on the track listing. You can listen to Eminem x Jay-Z x Dr Dre x Cashis x 50 Cent x Stat Quo – Syllables below.
One of the very few fansite’s I’m registered is thisis50.com, and hot off the press is the brand new (final and mastered version) of the new single “They Burned Me”. 50 Cent is currently working on his fifth studio album titled “The Return of the Heartless Monster” however I don’t anticipate They Burned Me to be featured on that project. Rumour has it 50 Cent has teamed up with incarcerated rapper Lil Boosie on the new album, and also B.O.B who he recently met on Jay-Z’s tour. You can view the official artwork and download link for 50 Cent – They Burned Me below.
Sorry people. APRIL FOOLS! I wish I could get an exclusive interview with 50 Cent and Eminem. On related news, 50 Cent has just directed a video for Lloyd Banks for his single “On My Way”. We also heard news that Lloyd Banks‘ new album “The Hunger For More 2″ will be ready in the Summer 0f 2010.
Tony Yayo recently celebrated his 76th birthday recently. If you haven’t heard his single “Obama” it’s actually quite good. It appears that the phone call with 50 Cent was just another genius marketing ploy to raise the profile of both rappers and ultimately result in sales. Unfortunately Yayo doesn’t use his own Twitter page so nothing funny to report there.
And last but not least, Eminem will be back in the U.K this July for a number of major festivals including T In The Park, OpenAir and Oxegen. Relapse 2 is on it’s way (I hope it’s as good as the first) and obviously Eminem‘s Refill is available to fans for purchase now.
As most people are aware, 50 Cent’s new album “Before I Self Destruct” was leaked onto the Internet, to a frenzy of eager downloaders and bloggers. Already labelled as 50’s best album to date, the leak has dangered not only the release date again, but also the tracklisting to the new album. Leaked albums can be used to an artist’s advantage, but also work against them. As I previously wrote about the Blueprint 3, it was the greatest that never was because of this exact scenario. We don’t publish leaked links on Hip-Hop Kings without the autority of the label or artist, however we do have a single with Eminem called “Psycho”. You can listen to 50 Cent and Eminem – Psycho on the player below.
The late Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent and Alicia Keys are amongst the artists involved with the highest profile release of 2009 so far. Death Row Records have confirmed the release of “Ultimate Death Row Collection” is preperation for the holiday season. The collection of music is a three-disc edition, and contains sixty tracks and also contains a DVD of popular music videos, unreleased footage, and a limited edition Death Row T-Shirt. The release date is November 24th, and will be available from all good music stores nationwide.
This is a collaboration we all secretly wanted to happen. It’s great when Underground Hip-Hop artists gain the recognition of the mainstream, and no one is bigger than 50 Cent. Sean Price has begun the campaign for his mixtape “Kimbo Price” Mix CD, and was also featured in the Duck Down Records “Download The Right Thing” free download. Kimbo Price is in stores on 27th October 2009. You can listen to 50 Cent and Sean Price – Dreaming on the player below.