As it stands, no one can 50 cent hold a candle. He is still very, very top. Without exception everything he tackles turns to gold and goes through the roof. In recent years, he has so much fame and fortune amassed that a dizzy, and yet it is he somehow managed himself and his sworn fan base while remaining always faithful. More recently he has his album "War Angel" provided free on the net, but he had the 12 tracks also easy as the next official release bring into stores and can cash in it. "I wanted to the kids on the street use, because they are so otherwise get a sound anywhere," says 50. "Even from my mouth it sounds frankly pretty crazy, but I must say that what has attracted the very beginning of the love of hip-hop in me can only continue to exist if I the genre and the effect preceded exaggerating and representing. Which also means that I take a damn important role in the hip-hop world, because it except me are not really big rapper who brings this energy into his sound expression. "
Clear words. However, 50 cent no known type, which tends to exaggerate. Now that he with "Before I Self Destruct" His fourth studio album will publish, inspected 50 the current rap map and compares them with those he with "Get Rich Or Die Tryin" joined its first and conquered on the head. FOr his rounds through the rubble and ruins of the genre, by endless rows of mediocre mayfly MCs, the head always in a crouched posture in order to escape the attacks from colleagues in his profession and one or the other media sideswipe, has 50 cent withdrawn and, together with his crew created a new masterpiece in private. The radio-friendly first single "Baby By Me" (featuring Ne-Yo) Is in the states already on track, and is in the video to Kelly Rowland as a lover to see at his side. But after that the mood of the LP noticeably gloomier: "Psycho" (featuring Eminem) Is a tough-breathless sweeping blow, powerful, fast and pleasant chaotic. Above that of Dr. Dre knotted carpet of sound from threatening organ sounds and church like Hall give the two rappers everything to also not take a breath and each other again to surpass. An absolute exception track. That from J Keys produced "Hold Me Down" with its rich bass track and the Steel Drum Beat the veritable successor "P.I.M.P."; this one has yet to dig a bit deeper to 50s hidden tribute to the teachings of the "Street Life" to discover ...
For then you will come across on "Gangsta's Delight": Produced by a completely revitalized Havoc, is this is a threatening reprint from Sugarhill Gang-Classic "Rapper's Delight" - However, the similarities end at the song titles. With 50s zungenbrecherischem Flow and Havocs thunderbolt beats catapult both the entire gangsta rap genre sometimes just to completely new territory (and frankly would the author of these lines almost the repeat button on their own CD player and his personal contacts with the leaders of G-Unit Records destroyed, because he could not get enough of this number easily). In short: "Gangsta's Delight" Exceeds all. One can not compare with this song - and may turn to him even less. Whatever fOr the album as a whole is true. "Before I Self Destruct" appears in this country the way on 13 November.
But that's not all: Because 50 cent has his new album even made a film in which he also has Taken the director and the role of the producer himself: he also is "Before I Self Destruct", and of course 50 it also self-starred. The film is the album, the fans the album along with documentation about the life (and untimely death) of Jam Master Jay can get. Also not a bad gesture. How can tackle it true that the most successful gangsta rapper of all time the hungriest and most selfless is still of all, as regards its fans? Well, best you listen to the story in his own words to. What follows is the short version of the autobiography 50 cent...
A few thoughts about his position in the rap game
Pressure on me not only from the public and from my fans, but also from people who would not exactly call the fans of 50 Cent. There's this dark cloud, this doubt that you as an artist always feels when you start working on a new project. So the question is not "Do you think that it can take really good material," no, it is instead: "Do you believe that to make it again" Say: You will always be compared only with the highlights, with the best shots of your career. Bad reviews do not faze me because I so or so used am that one does not appreciate me enough - after all, I myself chose this way: I have taken the artist's decision to negotiate hard and unpleasant themes in my lyrics, and this is also the reason why I have been permanently transitions. People are afraid to over heaping an artist with praise, which deals with such things in an aggressive way, because they fear that their children or other people in general could then perhaps imitate this artist and at worst, just like he want , I got used to the time of this fact; initially has already disturbed me. First, I have it always responded with the following statement: "The one getting the praise; for I am the thick of money." Which in turn can be misunderstood by some people because they might think that a hip-hop does not mean much especially as an art form. Nevertheless, I believe that you can still read the success the actual reaction of the people, regardless of whether this is now done in the form of record sales or in a change of mood in the entire musical landscape.
Whenever not bring people enough on the latest information, they fall behind: they are just getting older, without getting even a little smarter. Today I look at it all and say, "I feel a responsibility to my past and my roots, and this responsibility is important to continue to be successful, or more precisely, to continue to be the poster boy." I am only the symbolic figure who figuratively fOr another symbol, the American flag namely, is: My name is so that anyone can do it to anything in this country. This also means that I look a bit more detail Consider what I anpacke next, and I go things therefore somewhat more mindful of. I just choose my direction I einschlage Next and Superior. But how valuable or useless, these individual decisions are actually?
I have created me an island. I have renounced not only from other hip-hop artists, but also from the mother ship, Interscope Records. All this went so far that eventually 70 percent of all sales in the black music section of the label went on my cap. I have evolved to a diligent student of the music industry and the hip-hop culture. This is not an ordinary job, nothing, where you eventually drop the pen leaves and goes home; rather, it is something that you need every day and live from morning to evening. I look at what projects other people running have what they bring to the market, even if they have nothing to do at first sight with me and my work - just to see what works what could have been better. You have to watch you all the projects that go in the pants. Who does not know the feeling, to put a project into the sand, which will inevitably happen exactly.
About his new album
FOr this project I had a longer window than usual, hence the album, in my opinion, as good as perfect. I do not see how I can improve it still could. An artist can only move within certain limits, and he or she has staked usually even these limits: with its very first publication. I have come to some point realized that the anger and aggression of "Get Rich Or Die Tryin" the people most enduring and impressed. So when these people hear my new album, they should remember immediately remember why they liked my sound already on the first album and why they have Ever helped me to break through. The main difference between "Before I Self Destruct" and its predecessors is that I deliberately aufzeige my fault this time. I say, for example, on the LP even things that are not necessarily cool - but they are true. It is the exact opposite of what otherwise give rappers of itself: Normally they address a lifestyle that they aspire and just not the life they way or already lead. However, I already live this lifestyle, aimed at the most rappers in their texts, and instead of me having to stop what I've achieved everything I'm talking about the struggle and the problems that come with it.
I understand every song as a collage. Three minutes simply not adequate to determine cause and effect; rather, the time is enough just fOr descriptions. The song "Death To My Enemies" stands Concerning this anger, Concerning this attitude - when I hear it, I feel that one is going to hurt quite a bit. I like it when music evokes certain feelings when the personal mood changed thereby. I make sure that you step a little harder on the accelerator. Dr. Dre was the way, who produced this song, as well as "Psycho" on which I share the microphone with Eminem. Another track, "The Days Went By" bringing my entire childhood in a nutshell: "I seen people getting rich / the days went by. I seen people getting hit / the days went by ", I say and describe different things that I've seen during this time, and how it my urgent desire has arisen for a different life. Even then, at the street corner, I had this entrepreneurial spirit in me: the ten dollars I slipped me rather in the pocket instead aufzurauchen. I was always in search of better conditions; better than the one in which I happened. My head turned always to make this dream of a better life.
About the film "Before I Self Destruct"
FOr my first film I've even written the script, and also directed and produced I myself Taken. The idea for it came to me on a movie set in Shreveport, Louisiana: I worked there just with Val Kilmer and Sharon Stone in the film "Streets of Blood". Now I understand quite well what it means to make a film, because I could already collecting different experiences in the film. Included are Michael Moore, Clifton Powell, Treach, Gabriel Casseus and Sasha DelValle. Insanely good people were involved in the project, but we have so made the work very quietly that people will wonder quite how we managed to do. I would say that the film the same deliberate shortcomings and mistakes shows that also characterize the plate. I'm really proud.
I play in a guy named Clarence who is physically fully fit, while his little brother is a kind of genius. Clarence, however, is not exactly the brightest, but he is due to his stature and so quite well. But then he suffered an injury that puts an abrupt end to his career as an athlete. Thereafter, he has only his physical abilities to care for themselves and his brother after his mother was killed in a dispute over ownership claims. Only retrospectively recognize Clarence, how much has meant his mother actually. She was everything to him, finally, his father left the family long ago, originally to elsewhere to look for work, but he found more than that and never came back. Overall, the film tells the story of a man who has the feeling that they have no choice, but that's not true. The aim is therefore not to perceive his chances and instead simply to take the path of least resistance, which does not have to necessarily be the right way. One can this way be called wrong, yet it is where I come from, probably the norm: one procures a gun and fight their way through life.
FOr the album I have a song called "I Got Swag Now" written. "I was a real bum, now I'm really rich kid / I come through the hood in some really, really sick shit. The Rolls, the roof gone / your flows, They luke warm. That's why you're not me"Loud a few lines from it, and they are directly related to the film. There is a scene in which the character that I play, does not dare to approach a woman because he thinks he is too poor. He is an employee at the supermarket, and they settled there just their shopping. later in the film when he made more money, he goes with a very different self-confidence to the cause, and therefore can also chat up easy. Ever are all songs from the album somehow in conjunction with the individual figures that appear in the film. I think that the action the people gives an idea of how someone can slip so and get involved in the things that happen on the album. I would say that I did very well captured.
Through its environment and its roots
Under the guidance of Jam Master Jay I Ever first learned how to write songs. This all began. Jay always looked here on the specifics; with me were the the hook or the chorus, which at that time were my biggest weaknesses. I had for him always present different versions, then he made a selection. So I had to offer different options to him. So I learned to embark on the same song different ways. And I have learned that the bond to a recording must not be too intense, because otherwise you can not move forward.
The circle of people around me is the best crew that will ever exist: Eminem and Dre. Em motivates me. FOr me Em is similar to Air Jordan or Tiger Woods. this is his vocation. Take him and a few other guys who consider themselves eloquently and have even said so often that it eventually everyone believes in a track, and I guarantee you: Em makes just cold. Of course we are three completely different types, but we have good habits, and it's Ever very easy for us to exchange music and we influence each other, because we take different perspectives. Em comes from Detroit, Dr. Dre is from LA, and yet they are the ones who then offered me the contract. So you can just have honestly never knew who they since got themselves into the boat, when they took 50 cents under contract. Finally, there were also others who knew more about my past, and people have made the same rather backtracked. Em and Dre have just heard the music, and when my sound do the talking, lets you know that you are with me to the right place.
About his legacy
What I offer to people, you can not copy: my life and my personal experiences namely. And if one does a good job, people always want to see this one thing and nothing else from you or hear. That bothers me even further. I feel good in this position, because I followed my heart to this place. Your fans grow with you if you succeed, it continues to inspire with your songs. I've always taken songs, with whom I had more success than all the others who have chosen this path. Herein lies the significance of 50 Cent as an artist.
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