Rapper 50 Cent has been hustling throughout his life, and he raps about just that with the debut of his new music video for his song entitled "Hustler".
The 38-year-old rapper from Southside Jamaica, Queens, debuted his song Monday on New York’s Hot 97 radio station. In the three minute-long song, "Fiddy" says “I hustle hard/ When I come through they're like ‘oh my God.”
“I blow a whole lot of paper on clothes/ Can you dig it? I'm a hustler, baby,” he continues.
Hours after the song’s debut, the official video for the track was released. The black and white video features a dapper 50 Cent sporting a fedora and a sleek trench coat while smoking a cigar. To add to that, he is surrounded by silhouettes of women throughout most of the video – think film noir James Bond. The video highlights 50 Cent's style and fashion sense, which has come a long way since he first stepped onto the music scene in 2003, wearing baseball caps and sports jerseys.
Eif Rivera, who has also directed music videos for other artists, such as Diddy, and Nicki Minaj, directed the music video.
“Hustler” is the sixth track released for 50 Cent’s weekly series. He has been releasing songs from the new album week after week. Just last week, he debuted the track entitled “Smoke” featuring Trey Songz. “Hustler” is included on his fifth solo album entitled Animal Ambition, which is slated for release on June 3. Other artists featured in the album are Jadakiss, and Yo Gotti.
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With weekly releases of songs from his new album, fans are speculating whether all the songs will be released before the album drops in June. We'll just have to wait to see what happens next week.
50 Cent: Hustler (Explicit)
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