Although 50 Cent's Starz-aired TV show "Power" may not make quiet the same media frenzy as "Empire" (and admittedly, the shows are different worlds apart, but it seems like Fif views "Empire" as his competition), the show is nothing to scoff at.
As we all know, 50 Cent is no mere rapper. He is a veteran businessman, producer, troll, and entrepreneur. So it continues: Deadline reports that 50 will co-executive producer and star in a new FOX sitcom called "My Friend 50."
50 Cent wasn't playing around when he informally announced a "Kanan" mixtape on Instagram the other day. The rapper teased fans that new music would drop this week, and today he's unveiled the official cover art for The Kanan Tape on Instagram.
At the end of September, 50 Cent announced that a new mixtape would precede the long-awaited and almost mythological Street King Immortal album. He made the announcement by previewing new music, however he didn't reveal the mixtape title.
50 Cent-helmed TV show "Power" is off to a great start, two episodes deep. The TV show has already been renewed for a third season, and it's looking like Fif will play a bigger role in the current season.
50 Cent doesn't like to be messed with. Recently, gossip site MediaTakeOut got a hold of a scene from the rapper's Starz TV show, "Power," and seeing that it was a sex scene starring actress La La Anthony, the site decided to post it up early.
In addition to appearing on Live! With Kelly & Michael earlier today, 50 also paid a morning visit to Access Hollywood Live, where he discussed a bit more about the current movies he's involved in and "Power."
50 Cent is making the rounds to help promote the new season of his Starz TV show "Power," which premiered this past weekend to a record-setting viewership. Off the strength of the debut alone, "Power" has already been renewed for season three.
Yesterday night, 50 Cent held a big event for the premiere of Season Two of his TV show "Power." In attendance were the members of G-Unit, who joined him onstage for a performance, as well as some special guests.
If you got hooked on "Empire" this winter like the rest of us, be sure to check out the new trailer for Season 2 of "Power." 50 Cent serves as the show's executive producer and plays the role of Kanan, mentor of debonair drug kingpin/nightclub owner James
The 50 Cent-executive produced show "Power," which airs on Starz network, did extremely well in its first season out, and today we get a glimpse at what's going to go down in the second season with the first trailer.
Hip-hop is a way of life. It's about much more than music. It's about fashion, style, and culture. If you call yourself a true hip-hop fan, you best be about that life. You have to know, not only what to listen to, but also what to watch.
"Go 'head and switch the style up/And if they hate, then let 'em hate and watch the money pile up" is quickly becoming less of a lyric from 50 Cent's "In Da Club" and more of a mantra that the entrepreneur lives his life by.
50 Cent has been involved in many business ventures, and is responsible for a lot of important music, so it's really saying something when he describes his new TV series as “probably the biggest thing” he's ever worked on.