50 Cent-Outlaw


The trouble with blasting out with such a great début album like GRODT is that every single piece of music you make for the rest of your career will ultimately be compared to it. This is certainly an affliction that’s affected 50′s career, with most people only really checking for him these days for his sense of humour (for me his last LP was pretty underrated!). Anyway, here’s the first drop from his next, as of yet untitled, album.

Over a hard Cardiak beat, 50 gives us some of his infectious flow with lyrics that will not make your jaw drop. The track is unapologetically basic, but strangely addictive: all in all, you can turn the volume up to this in your car. Not a bad effort at all from 50, I’ll be bumping this more so than many of the tracks I’ve had the displeasure of hearing this past month or so. Download here —–> 50 Cent – Outlaw

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2 comments to 50 Cent-Outlaw

  • I was thinking about 50 this morning and how he had come back real hard at the start of the year and since March we hadn’t heard anything at all from him. Then this drops.

    Also: “The trouble with blasting out with such a great début album like GRODT is that every single piece of music you make for the rest of your career will ultimately be compared to it.”

    I call this the Illmatic-Theory.

    Oh, and welcome back Inders.

  • Oddly enough I had Illmatic in mind as I was writing that sentence, I just didn’t have enough room to go off on one about it, lolzies.

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