New Music: R-Mean - Pictures ft. Joe Budden
Los Angeles rapper R-Mean drops off a new track for his birthday called Pictures featuring the controversial rapper Joe Budden. Have a listen up top and…
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50 Cent recently stopped by Los Angeles radio station Power 106 to chop it up with Big Boy's Neighborhood about a variety of topics.
50 spoke about why he thinks beef seems to follow him, the recording of Street King Immortal and Chief Keef missing the video shoot for "Hate Being Sober," which features 50 and Wiz Khalifa.
"As far as Chief Keef is concerned I'm a Chief Keef fan," 50 said. "I like what he is because he's something that's been completely created by the environment. It's what hip hop was initially. Now we got people from so many different cultures it's pop music now. I called him [about the video shoot]. I talked to them, his uncle Ballout and little homies around him. And they was like two or three times that day like 'you gotta come.' You know how you get momentum and you feel like Michael Jackson? Like I'm the one? That environment is so hot to him - He feels like he's so hot in his circle that they felt like he could actually do that. The video still ain't shot."
50 didn't sit around idly waiting for Keef to show up that day. He winded up shooting the music video for "United Nations" that day.
Fif also named his favorite Eminem collaboration to date.
"Patiently Waiting so far," 50 said. "And I like the Psycho record we did on Before I Self Destruct."
What's your favorite 50 and Em collaboration?
Interview pt. 1 - 50 speaks on Chief Keef
Interview pt. 2 - 50 speaks on favorite Eminem collaborations.