Believe it or not but 50 Cent used to be a decent rapper. That’s right kids, before the social media antics, the TV shows and acting gigs, Fif used to terrorize the music world.
The controversial rapper on Tuesday (December 20) briefly spoke on his run, while also teasing a new album and his retirement from rap.
“Smile my next album might be my last,” he captioned a Instagram video of his recent performance in Las Vegas. “I terrorized hip hop for 14 years,don’t believe me Nielsen, the numbers will never lie but i’m nobody’s favorite Smh.”
The New York rapper went on to declare himself one of the greatest rappers of all time. “Nah I’m Top 10 dead or alive,” he wrote before adding, “and i’m not done.”
50 Cent hasn’t released an album since 2014’s Animal Ambition, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 46,000 copies. The G-Unit founder hasn’t had a number one album since 2005’s “The Massacre” so it would be interesting to see how well this next LP does.
The 46-year old’s latest single, “Wish Me Luck,” featuring Snoop Dogg, Moneybagg Yo and Charlie Wilson was released in September and served as the theme song for BMF.