50 Cent stopped by Baltimore radio station 92Q Jamz recently to visit with hosts AJ and AngelBaby on the Rap Attack show.
The “I Get Money” hit maker talked about the theme of prosperity for his forthcoming Animal Ambition album, explains why he still makes street music even though he’s financially set, the environment he grew up in that made him the person he is today, Jay Z and Puff Daddy remaining relevant, rapper’s with expiration dates and Puff’s “Big Homie” single being garbage.
“If the [artist] doesn’t have the significant savvy with the business or with our actual culture, he’ll be outta here,” 50 said. You’ll see [Jay Z] around as long as he’s been around. What’s he on, like 11 albums? Puff’s still out there. He don’t even need a record, ’cause he ain’t got one. You know Puffy ain’t got no music that you wanna hear. That Big Homie shit is garbage. I’ma keep it all the way real with you, because the guy said, ‘Don’t worry about if I write rhymes, I write checks,’ and then sings to you. This is why we got rid of Mili Vanilli.”