50 Cent Reveals Eminem Music Ideas And Talks Kendrick Lamar "Power" Appearance
All on Larry King Now.
Los Angeles, CA – Despite the fact that he has been separated by Eminem in the Shadow of the fingerprint Registration of several years, 50 Cent and his former label boss have remained the best of friends.
It is for this reason that when Larry King asked him about his new music plans, could not contain the opportunity to talk about the reunification of the wax with the Mr. Marshall Mathers.
"There are a couple of ideas that I've been working on," 50 replied. "When I was working with [Eminem] in London, he said that he had maybe a couple of ideas that maybe we could work together."
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When asked when the world could expect to be blessed with the music, Fiddy admitted that he and Slim just needed to buckle down and record the ideas.
Despite the tender words in today's streaming age are fairly common, 50% of the ascension to fame is a thing of legend. After signing with Eminem in 2002, he released his first studio album of 2003 get Rich or Die tryin', which went on to sell over 12 million copies at the end of the year.
Eminem and 50 Cent's latest single, titled "My Life" dropped in 2012 and featured Maroon 5 and Adam Levine.
In another part of the interview, the King asked him about Kendrick Lamar's internet stopping Power cameo, where it was discovered the winner of the Pulitzer Prize and actually had a couple of options for your silver screen debut.
"Because I was around it so soon, when he was preparing to do something to act, I had already expressed to what must be done," he recalled. "He took pretty strong character to play his first [paper]."
In addition, the 50 offered some clarity on the Terry Crews situation.