50 Cent Videos

  • G-Unit "Freestyle On Power 99" Video
    G-Unit "Freestyle On Power 99" Video
    Whether created in the studio or on radio shows, freestyles have really been the highlight of G-Unit's comeback thus far. On top of versions of tracks by Jeremih, YG and more, we've heard the crew spit their shit on a number of different radio programs, and the latest is culled from their recent visit to Philly's Power 99. Unfortunately, this clip from the Cosmic Kez show is audio-only, but G-Unit stans should find what they're looking for here (bars on bars). The Unit rap over Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" and Jeezy and Jay Z's "Seen It All," demolishing both with lyrical fervor.
  • G-Unit On The Breakfast Club
    G-Unit On The Breakfast Club
    G-Unit been getting busy on the interview circuit. In addition to their 35-minute sit down with Hot 97 for Ebro In The Morning, they headed over to the competing radio station Power 105.1 for a Breakfast Club interview with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy. Young Buck is missing from this group interview (although he can be found in the Hot 97 one), but we do hear from the not-often-heard Lloyd Banks about the G-Unit beef, among other things.
  • G-Unit On Ebro In The Morning
    G-Unit On Ebro In The Morning
    The whole G-Unit crew, consisting of 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd, stopped by Hot 97 recently for a morning show interview with Ebro, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez. They tread familiar territory in the interview, as they discuss the reasons for their break-up and reunion. They also talk about why The Game isn't part of the reunion. Yayo says, "I just feel like with The Game thing, y'all know what it is, he was messing with Jimmy Henchman, it's deeper than rap, y'all keep asking that dumb question." Watch the full 35-minute interview above.
  • Chronicles: 50 Cent Documentary
    Chronicles: 50 Cent Documentary
    Music Choice has kicked off their brand new "Chronicles" documentary series with a brand new 40-minute feature with 50 Cent. Watch the full thing to get a play-by-play of the G-Unit head honcho's entire career as told by the man himself. 50 also talks on his early influences (EPMD, KRS-One and Nas), addresses his critics, and details his various business ventures. This one is a must-watch for not only 50 diehards, but rap fans in general who are trying to make it in the industry.
  • Young Buck Talks G-Unit Reunion, Solo Album
    Young Buck Talks G-Unit Reunion, Solo Album
    Young Buck sat down with Concrete Magazine for his first in-depth interview since reuniting with G-Unit. Finding its way to the web in video form, the length Q&A covers a multitude of topics ranging from how 50 reunited the Unit to when Buck plans to drop a new solo project. Chances are, if you had a question about Buck's future work, it was answered here. Give the full interview a listen above. Visually, there's nothing particularly worth staring at so let the video play in the background as you continue with your everyday affairs.
  • G-Unit Interviewed By Angie Martinez On Power 105.1
    G-Unit Interviewed By Angie Martinez On Power 105.1
    Yesterday we got a snippet of this G-Unit interview with Angie Martinez as well as an hour-long interview with Rob Markman on Shade 45. Today Power 105.1 has released the full video of Angie's interview with the Unit which spans a half an hour.
  • The Breakfast Club Release Audio Of Floyd Mayweather Struggling To Read
    The Breakfast Club Release Audio Of Floyd Mayweather Struggling To Read
    50 Cent took to his Instagram the other day to do a unique sort of ALS challenge, challenging Floyd Mayweather to read a full page from a Harry Potter book, saying if he did, he would donate $750k to charity of Floyd's choice. He wrote, "Floyd will you except my ALS/ESL CHALLENGE: I will donate $750k to a charity of your choice, If you can read a full page out of a Harry Potter book out loud without starting and stopping or fucking up."
  • 50 Cent & G-Unit "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" Tour Vlog
    50 Cent & G-Unit "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" Tour Vlog
    Last night, attendees of the "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tour stop in Hartford, CT got a surprise when 50 Cent, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd joined the dynamic duo onstage. In addition to the initial Instagram footage we got, we now have a tour vlog from 50 Cent that gives a bit of a better look at last night's events.
  • Lil Wayne & Drake Bring Out 50 Cent In Connecticut
    Lil Wayne & Drake Bring Out 50 Cent In Connecticut
    A couple days ago, 50 Cent and G-Unit were one of the surprise guests at Drake’s annual OVO Fest in Toronto, Canada. Playing a similar role, Drake and Lil Wayne decided to bring 50 Cent back out again tonight in Hartford, Connecticut for their tour stop and perform his old school hit “In Da Club”.
  • 50 Cent Speaks On SMS Audio Success With Wall Street Journal
    50 Cent Speaks On SMS Audio Success With Wall Street Journal
    Despite his successes as a rapper, 50 Cent has arguably been more successful in the business world in the past couple of years. SMS Audio, his high-end headphones company, is largely responsible for that, and is the subject of a new interview with the Wall Street Journal. Watch 50's interview above. In it, Fif and President Brian Nohe hint at some big news for SMS: "We're working with a major technological company and soon to announce a very major new product," said Nohe.
  • Ja Rule On Ebro In The Morning
    Ja Rule On Ebro In The Morning
    Ja Rule recently released a tell-all book about his life, "Unruly: The Highs and Lows of Becoming a Man," in which he revealed some facts about his long time beef with fellow New Yorker 50 Cent. While promoting the new biography, Ja stopped by Hot 97 and spoke on some of the incidents he revealed within the book to Ebro and Peter Rosenberg. One such incident is the time he allegedly beat up Fif with a bat back in 2000.
  • 50 Cent Talks Upcoming G-Unit Mixtape And Album
    50 Cent Talks Upcoming G-Unit Mixtape And Album
    G-Unit season is in full effect. After reuniting for Summer Jam, Fif and Co. have been dropping freestyles, announcing plans for an album and mixtape, and returning to the forefront of hip-hop. Recently, MTV caught up with 50 to discuss both of G-Unit's upcoming releases. Fif speaks of "getting back to the way we did it from the very beginning," talking about the run of freestyles the group has been dropping, and says, "We gon' work like we need a record deal."
  • Alex Wiley Talks About Meeting 50 Cent, Oprah, And Cheating On Tests In High School
    Alex Wiley Talks About Meeting 50 Cent, Oprah, And Cheating On Tests In High School
    Alex Wiley is one of Chicago's most promising stars, rocking his quirky style all the way to the top of the heap of up-and-coming artists in the city. Recently, our own Damon Campbell caught up with Wiley to ask him some questions.  First, they discussed Wiley's habit of writing raps in the bathroom, something he picked up when he was young and shy about rapping. Then Wiley gives his religious beliefs ("I rock with Jesus, but I will fuck nuns though"), and says he "lost [his] shit" when he recently met 50 Cent at the ThisIs50 offices. 
  • 50 Cent "You Know" Video
    50 Cent "You Know" Video
    50 Cent has been promoting his album Animal Ambition hard since the start of 2014, and he doesn't show any sign of letting up. Here's his latest video for an album track -- watch "You Know" above.
  • 50 Cent Speaks On Internet Trolling
    50 Cent Speaks On Internet Trolling
    50 Cent is no stranger to internet trolling. He’s the king of going on Instagram and making fun of current situations or even himself for that matter. So with all of his recent trolling ways lately, MTV wanted to ask 50 Cent what he thinks about his videos in a new interview with Nadeska Alexis. “I think people like laughing at me. I don’t know why. Why me?” Fif says in a joking matter. Watch the full interview above, and let us know what you think below. Is 50 Cent rap's biggest internet troll?
  • 50 Cent Names Jay Z As The Most Overrated Rapper
    50 Cent Names Jay Z As The Most Overrated Rapper
    50 Cent is known to troll, and when the question 'who is the most overrated hip hop star of all time' came out during his interview on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live, it seemed inevitable that he'd take the opportunity to stir up some controversy. Fif instead pulled out a fairly conservative answer to the question, quoting Jay Z's line from "So Apalled", "would you rather be underpaid or overrated?", and answering that Jigga would call himself the most overrated.
  • 50 Cent Talks G-Unit Reunion At Summer Jam
    50 Cent Talks G-Unit Reunion At Summer Jam
    In addition to having 50 Cent play a game of "F, Marry, Kill" using Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea, Fif also talked with the LA Leakers about reuniting with G-Unit and the initial performance at Summer Jam. He discusses his mindset, and what it was like for him to come out on the main stage.
  • 50 Cent Plays "F, Marry, Kill" With Rihanna, Nicki Minaj & Iggy Azalea
    50 Cent Plays "F, Marry, Kill" With Rihanna, Nicki Minaj & Iggy Azalea
    The other day 50 Cent announced while on another radio show that Street King Immortal is dropping on September 16th. Now, continuing his run of radio appearances, 50 Cent stopped by the LA Leakers. After discussing Summer Jam performances and New York family, they segued into a game of "F, Marry, Kill" using Rihanna, Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj.
  • 50 Cent On ESPN's First Take
    50 Cent On ESPN's First Take
    We've already seen DJ Khaled and Lil Wayne sit in the hot seat for ESPN's First Take this week, and now it's 50 Cent's turn.While Khaled and Wayne are both currently based in Miami, Fif is from New York, but he's still chosen the Heat as his pick to win their series with the San Antonio Spurs. Apart from talking both basketball and boxing, the rapper spoke also of his new album Animal Ambition, as well as his brand new executive-produced crime drama, Power.
  • 50 Cent At Summer Jam 2014
    50 Cent At Summer Jam 2014
    After a 10 years ban, 50 Cent was back headlining this year Hot 97's Summer Jam in NYC. That’s not all of course, as the big news came when former G-Unit members Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and Young Buck all joined Fif during his set for an official reunion. To capture this historical moment & night, Fif and his crew decided to film his June 1st adventures and release the outcome today. Let’s not forgot Kidd Kidd, Fabolous, Yo Gotti, and Trey Songz also joined in on 50’s set as well. Check it all out, and more in this new vlog above.
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