50 cent – curtis

Shady-Aftermath Records

After a film, two blockbuster albums, and some more
controversy-for-controversy’s-sake, the rapper born Curtis Jackson
returns with his third official release, simply titled Curtis.
Over some convincingly-aggressive soundscapes, 50 offers up more
gunplay, party anthems, and the braggadocio that fans have come to know
and love. The opener, “My Gun Go Off” is classic G-Unit, while he’s at
his most cocky over the menacing strings of “Straight to the Bank.”
Where 50 sounds uninspired is when he’s reaching for the radio. On the
‘safer’ cuts, he lacks the energy that made “In Da Club” a smash. Curtis doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel, but 50 still manages to entertain – even if this one feels like a sequel. -dusty culpepper


Read more about:

Also read

snoop dogg_featured_bang
Snoop Dogg sold his most-prized possession for a large amount of money
J Cole at Lollapalooza 2022
New music Friday: Pastor Mike Jr, J. Cole, Tory Lanez, Kid Cudi, DDG and Quavo
K Hill270
Rapper K Hill270 shares how he's bringing the smoke to Kentucky
Trevor-Noah cropped
Trevor Noah leaving 'The Daily Show'
Tua Tagovailoa
NFL quarterback suffers scary injury; many question if he should have played
dababy_featured_bang
DaBaby claims he's being blackballed after 1st week sales of recent album

Watch this video

What's new

snoop dogg_featured_bang
Snoop Dogg sold his most-prized possession for a large amount of money
J Cole at Lollapalooza 2022
New music Friday: Pastor Mike Jr, J. Cole, Tory Lanez, Kid Cudi, DDG and Quavo
K Hill270
Rapper K Hill270 shares how he's bringing the smoke to Kentucky