50 has announced when the full version of the song will be made available.
After sharing a preview of a new collaboration with DJ Envy and PnB Rock on Instagram last month, 50 Cent has performed the track, titled "Crazy," for the first time in Sydney, Australia, HipHopNMore points out. A clip shared by a fan at the concert showed 50 singing PnB's hook in a thick stage fog, before ripping into his "slow flow," as he described it on IG (which he also mentioned is still "unquestionable").
The show, which drew an audience of over 15,000, took place at Sydney's Parramatta Park Friday. It's one of two shows that were scheduled in Australia in celebration of the 15th anniversary of 50's debut album Get Rich Or Die Tryin', which fell on February 6th. He performs at Melbourne Showgrounds in Melbourne Saturday.
The song mentions Eminem and his ex-wife Kim, as well as the late D12 rapper Proof: "Then I was in the second row / The second time Em married Kim / Looking at Proof like / "How much you think this gon' cost them?"
The song has yet to be given an official release date.
Last month, 50 promised fans that his long-awaited studio album Street King Immortal would be released in 2018. "I just released a song called "Think I'm Nothin'" with Jeremih, and then at the end of the year they'll get the full album," he said at the premiere of Den Of Thieves, the new heist film in which he has a role. "I been making movies and TV shows. I just won best drama. Not bad for a new guy!"