Detane recently released an album entitled “God’s Bleed.” It’s been a long time coming, but it has arrived and is knocking down doors. After spending some time with the album we are ready to give you a brief overview.
We start by saying it is a very substantial album. One of the few remaining albums that you can almost play all the way through without skipping tracks. His voice, cadences, beat choice, & song topic quickly solidify him as a professional. Through the sound quality…
The album sold 160,000 copies in its first week of release in The United States, debuting at number 5, according to Billboard. Due to the album leaking on October 28, nearly four weeks ahead of the… Continue
(AllHipHop News) Rap star 50 Cent has been hit with a lawsuit claiming he stole the idea for his movie and album Before I Self Destruct was stolen from a book titled The Preacher’s Son-But The Streets Turned Me Into A Gangster.
The lawsuit, which was filed in United States District Court of New Jersey by the book's author Shadrach Winstead.
Winstead claims he owns the copyright to the book The Preacher's Son-But The Streets… Continue
Check out this portion of 50 Cent’s Before I Self Destruct tour overseas front row, courtesy of Chance. The intro to 50’s set is on some destructive type s*** and is followed by some performances of “Crack A Bottle” & “I Get Money”
Well Here Is A Promo Video That I Made For The Before I Self Destruct World Tour For The 02, Dublin, Ireland March 21st. (This Sunday, & Im Goin!)
Theres Picture And Videos Of 50 And G-Unit When They Performed At The Marquee, Cork, Ireland On July 4th 2007 & July 10th 2009. And Theres A Little Clip Of 50 Starting Ole. Ole,Ole On July 1st 07 In The RDS Dublin, He Did Ole,Ole.Ole In The Marquee 07 (Which Was Unbelivable!) but i dont have a video!
50 Cent has another Gold certified album on his hands.
The rapper's 2009 effort "Before I Self Destruct" was recently certified Gold by the RIAA due to sales in excess of 500,000 copies.
Led by the single "Baby By Me," 50 Cent's "Before I Self Destruct" closed out a strong decade of hit albums and singles for 50 Cent including the 2003 debut "Get Rich or Die Tryin" and "The Massacre" (2005).
"Before I Self Destruct" includes… Continue
With the release of his fourth studio album, 50 Cent has found himself in an unfamiliar position.
These days, the rap behemoth, who has sold 30 million albums worldwide since 2003’s landmark Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, has had to answer to lackluster sales of his latest release Before I Self Destruct. The much-hyped project, which debuted with 160,000 copies this past November, represents a career low for the Queens… Continue
50 Cent visited Shade 45 today (Nov. 28, 2009) to speak with Whoo Kid about good reviews for Before I Self Destruct, the Beanie Sigel and Jay-Z beef, Eminem’s upcoming albums The Refill and Relapse 2, and more!
How did 50 Cent feel about Jay-Z’s comment at the American Music Awards? What did he think about Jennifer Lopez‘ fall during her AMA performance? Will 50 and Eminem be working together on a track again soon? Did Rick Ross’s people really try to contact 50’s ex? Why wasn’t 50… Continue
50 Cent breaks down his records on BISD such as "Hold Me Down", "Do You Think About Me" & "Crime Wave". He also compares it to previous projects like curtis, massacre, collaboration with Joe & much more!
XXLMag.com and thisis50.com have partnered with Ustream to present a live screening of 50 Cent’s directorial debut Before I Self Destruct tonight (November 19).
Fans will have the opportunity to watch the film alongside Fif tonight at 9:30 p.m. EST here on XXLmag.com. Directly following the movie, the G-Unit leader will conduct a live question and answer session with viewers.
50 Cent first decided to make the Before I Self Destruct album about three years ago. Coming off the heels of 2005's mega-seller The Massacre, Fif wanted to keep slaying 'em with another assault on the streets. However, a creative surge hit him early in the process, and he decided to bench… Continue
In this in depth thirty minute interview with iTunes, 50 Cent talks about Before I Self Destruct, his writing process, the position he is in, his rivals, his favorite tracks off of the album and much more.
"That was dope. He said, "We done came too far to have a setback. That bullsh*t ain't flyin. You done fell victim to all the lyin." Love it! Great to hear really rappers putting the bs pushers in their place! Hope they keep it coming!…"
"Well it's good to know that I am not the only one who thinks Lil Yachty was "chosen" - packaged,put out there and promoted by the industry execs - to dumb down the youth, spew mindless bs and destroy the legacy of hip hop. J. Cole is…"