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50 Cent taps Jeremih for his new single “Still Think Im Nothing.”

Music hasn’t been 50 Cent’s main priority lately but ever so often he pops up with a new single such as this new joint with R&B singer Jeremih, “Still Think Im Nothing.” At the end of the day you can’t blame the New York rapper because he has achieved so much already from his musical career and now he is making waves and making bread in the television business.

Fifty first previewed the Bongo-produced single on Instagram earlier this week and let’s not forget her has been very active on social media of late trolling his enemies like Wendy Williams and Tyrese Gibson. The rapper didn’t say if this will be featured on his long awaited new album Street King Immortal or whether or not it’s a stand alone single that 50 Cent just decides to drop on his fans. There is no word from the rapper on when the album will arrive.

During his social media shindig he also previewed a new song with Gucci Mane, but he didn’t say when that song will be released. On this new song, “Still Think Im Nothing,” Jeremih delivers a smooth hook while 50 came through with two killer verses.

“I remember all the sh*t you said to me ’cause it hurt me / Then it helped me ’cause then I was down to do / The nuts in my pocket boys I / I see you with your skinny jeans, punk, with your ass out / And I got all kind of money now,” 50 Cent raps.


(Intro: Jeremih & 50 Cent)
Oh yeah
Look at you, you lil’ dirty ass ni**a you ain’t sh*t
Ouuh
Bongo By The Way

(Hook: Jeremih & 50 Cent)
They used to tell me that I wouldn’t be nothing
Yeah
Now Lamborghinis and Porsches we stunting
Look at me now ni**a
Pull up get your kush in drop top we roll out
Y’all ni**as ain’t sh*t
They all act like they ain’t know bet they know now
I’m up ni**a

(Verse 1: 50 Cent)
If I ever said f**k you ni**a I meant to
When you come up how I came up, life’s not gentle
See that tear in my mama eye that meant the rent due
I pray on it God this ain’t nothin’ bad
So that cocaine you (?)
We took it to crack
Had a couple grams of diesel, we was just tryna make it
(?) ni**as was tryna take it
You know the kind of drama that come with the (?)
Ni**as try to jump you gotta stay with the lama
Suckers sh*t ni**as get shot over some nah, nah
If ni**as want problems I’m sayin’ this no problem
I catch ’em on the late night and delay depart ’em

(Pre-Hook: Jeremih)
Look back
Look where we started from
It’s (?)
They ain’t tell me why we come this far
Now they feel it in the air
(?)
Driving down the boulevard
I remember when…

(Hook: Jeremih & 50 Cent)
They used to tell me that I wouldn’t be nothing
Yeah
Now Lamborghinis and Porsches we stunting
Look at me now ni**a
Pull up get your kush in drop top we roll out
Y’all ni**as ain’t sh*t
They all act like they ain’t know bet they know now
I’m up ni**a

(Verse 2: 50 Cent)
I remember all the sh*t you said to me ’cause it hurt me
Then it helped me ’cause then I was down to do (?)
The nuts in my pocket boys I (?)
I see you with your skinny jeans, punk, with your ass out
And I got all kind of money now
Look what you made me
Got a different type of temper, man a ni**a get crazy
My (?) in water
Like me when I done dipped in your daughter
From playin’ with Hot Wheels to collecting cars
That (?) in my yard
Somehow the bullsh*t shifted
Now the motherf**kers calling me gifted
And I be like

(Pre-Hook: Jeremih)
Look back
Look where we started from
It’s (?)
They ain’t tell me why we come this far
Now they feel it in the air
(?)
Driving down the boulevard
I remember when…

(Hook: Jeremih & 50 Cent)
They used to tell me that I wouldn’t be nothing
Yeah
Now Lamborghinis and Porsches we stunting
Look at me now ni**a
Pull up get your kush in drop top we roll out
Y’all ni**as ain’t sh*t
They all act like they ain’t know bet they know now
I’m up ni**a


Jaden Smith new album SYRE: A Beautiful Confusion is now available for you to listen to on major streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.

The album arrives three years after the rapper announced that it is in the making. The album comes with 17 tracks including the previously released singles “Batman” and “Watch Me.” A$AP Rocky is featured on the single “Breakfast” while Raury is featured on “Falcon.” Elsewhere on the album you can find singles like “Rapper,” “The Passion” which inject a little trap music, and the smooth joint “Lost Boy.”

According to Jaden Smith, the album is right for the time, despite the numerous delays over the past three years. During an interview with iHeartRadio back in March this year, he revealed that he has been working on an experimental genre. “I have a new genre I’m trying to work with that’s called Pop-Runk,” the rapper said. “I don’t really know what that means and there’s no definition for runk in the English dictionary. I feel like that’s what it is. It’s pop mixed with something you don’t know, that you don’t understand, that you cannot describe.

Stream Jaden Smith new album SYRE: A Beautiful Confusion on Spotify below.


T-Pain new album Oblivion is now available for streaming and download on iTunes/Apple Music.

The project arrives six years after his previous album rEVOLVEr. Oblivion comes with 16 tracks with a couple guest verses from the likes of Wale, Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, Tiffany Evans, Talkbox, Manny G, Blac Youngsta among others. Youngsta can be found on the previously released single “Goal Line” while singer Tiffany Evans is featured on another previously released single “Textin My Ex.” The auto-tune rapper first announced the project earlier this year and after a few delays its finally here.

During an interview with XXL in August, T-Pain said Oblivion would be his final album on his deal with RCA. He also noted that majority of the project was produced by Dre Moon. “Definitely working on an album,” he said. “It’s called Oblivion. A lot of it’s produced by Dre Moon, he’s a new producer. It was supposed to be a collab mixtape between him and I but then once some of the songs started getting to the label, the label was like, “Oh, this is a fucking album!” And this would be my last album on the label. So, for them to accept this I’m like, Oh, alright I’m free after this.”

Stream T-Pain new album Oblivion on iTunes/Apple Music below.


Meek Mill wants to end his solitary confinement tenor and be placed with the general population at the prison he is currently housed.

Attorneys representing the Philly rapper filed legal docs this week requesting that he removed from solitary confinement because it can be detrimental to his mental health. According to his legal team, he is being mistreated because of his celebrity status and that is just not fair, TMZ reported. Officials say his solitary confinement is for his own safety.

Meek Mill is currently placed in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day and officials are saying that its the only way to protect him other inmates who intend to do him harm. But his attorneys are arguing that being in confinement for that amount of time has proven to be detrimental to the human psyche. Lawyers also argued in their legal docs that confinement is affecting his creativity because he has been writing and exercising and this is hindering him from effectively doing both.

As for the argument about his safety from other inmates, Meek’s attorney says that he will be respected being a part of the general prison population because of his celebrity status and past work in his community such as his willingness to give back. Meek Mill was sentenced to 2-4 years in a state prison for violating his probation by getting arrested twice this year. Although both cases were eventually dismissed, a judge still rules that he must go to prison for probation violation. The ruling and sentencing sparked outraged from the rapper’s fans and some of his celebrity peers who called the sentencing heavy-handed.

Meek Mill’s attorney says that the judge has been carrying an age-old grudge against the rapper because he once refused to remake a Boys II Men song that she asked him to do and also refused to work with a local artist manager that she has been linked to. Meek turned himself into authorities on November 8 when he started his sentencing.