50 Cent is back in the grind.
The hip-hop mogul has signed to slow down in 2023, showing plans for new movies, TV shows and new music.
On Instagram, he shared the headline that Eminem is YouTube’s most-watched rapper in 2022, promoting an ambitious agenda for the new year that includes a return to music.
“That’s my boy,” 50 wrote in his caption.
It’s unclear if 50 plans to release a full musical project.Since 2014, he has not released an album. animal ambitionswhich debuted at number four on the Billboard 200.
In December 2021, he announced that he would be releasing one more album, presumably before retiring. “Look, the next album could be the last,” he said. “I’ve been terrorizing hip-hop for 14 years. Don’t believe Nielsen. Numbers never lie, but I’m not anyone’s favorite Smh.”
In the eight years since his last album, the rap icon has released one-off songs. For example, last year’s “Power Powder Respect,” which featured Jeremih and Lil His Dark, is the theme of his “Power” spin-off his series “Force.”
He previously shared plans to hang up the mic after releasing a shelved album street king immortal.
“I want to finish the project,” he said. muscle and fitness I don’t want to write another record after that. I know how some artists got confirmation that they were right. There is confirmation of that at 35 million, 40 million [albums] that have already been sold. “
Outside of music, 50 is planning his next move after ending his contract with Starz. In October, he signed his three-project partnership with Lusid Media. This includes Peacock’s unscripted true crime series.