50 Cent and Eminem were seen in Detroit filming a video for their collabo off "Street King Immortal".
Recently, 50 Cent announced that his anticipated fifth studio effort Street King Immortal will not be dropping on November 13th, and also confirmed some features, the biggest name being his Interscope label-mate Eminem. It appears the two have a serious record together as they have been in Detroit filming a video for their collaborative track.
50 took to Twitter to announce that the two were filming, and there were other reports, via Complex, that the video is being shot in Detroit’s abandoned Michigan Grand Central train station. So expect the visuals to have a grimy feel, and unlike his feature on Fif’s Murder By Numbers mixtape, look for Marshall to drop a serious verse on this track.
Other confirmed features on SKI include, Trey Songz, Ne-Yo, Too $hort, and Chris Brown, but it’s 50’s pairing with Eminem that has fans most hyped. Although he said he does not expect the album to drop on the previously slated November 13th release date, 50 has not officially announced another date, and expect his collabo with Eminem to be the next single.
I'm shooting a video for SKI with EM it's a big one @andredirrell 2004 Olympic gold medalist in it.— 50cent (@50cent) October 22, 2012