50 Cent’s popularity may have died down a bit in the past few years but this doesn’t discount the fact that once upon a time, he was one of the biggest names in the game. Just as Dr Dre was Eminem’s mentor, so too was Eminem’s 50 Cent’s mentor. 50’s lifelong dream of getting rich or dying has been fulfilled having moved past music, and into the more lucrative fashion and silver screen production business.
In the past 50’s style was more shirtless and hip hop jewelry esque, whereas now he boasts one of the most impressively tailored suit collections out there. Depending on the venue 50 either sports a simple refined style, his only flash being diamond bling bling jewelry earrings or he’s out representing in a massive chain and hip hop jewelry Jesus Piece pendant. Hip Hop Bling’s hip hop jewelry cross pendants can help you rep just like the man himself, without the kind of cash he drops on diamond watches.
Over his career 50 has worked with names like Dr. Dre, Eminem, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Miss Elliot, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Daz Dillinger, Kardinall Offishall, Justin Timberlake, LL Cool J, J. Cole, Adam Levine, ONYX, Chief Keef, Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz, Mariah Carey, Gucci mane, Pusha T, Busta Rhymes, Wyclef Jean, Jeremih, Beanie Siegel, Lil Kim Young Buck, Olivia, Spider Loc, M.O.P., Ma$e, 40 Glocc, Lil Scrappy, Freeway, Mobb Deep and The Game during G-Unit’s golden era. Regrettably that era has passed, as 50 now is most known for the critically acclaimed Power series on STARZ.
50 has stated he’ll never work with The Game again- his most recent work was a mixtape entitled Animal Ambition, however a release date for his fifth studio album Street King Immortal has yet to be announced. Word on the street is that Pharrell wants to get in the studio with 50 Cent in the future as well- stay tuned.