The 50 Cent media campaign continues this morning, and his latest stop is in the studio with Funkmaster Flex. Curtis and Flex engaged in conversation for over a hour, talking about a number of issues going on in 50's life.
Curtis spoke on his highly-publicized departure from Interscope Records, going in-depth about the process of leaving the label. 50 also says that the fallout with Jimmy Iovine stemmed from Jimmy's affiliation with Beats By Dre. 50 also made the claim that some of his last singles with the label didn't do well on radio because the label stopped pushing them.
50 also chimed in on the recent squabble between Drake and Jay Z, saying:
“I think its good, man. I don’t think its a dangerous competition for Jay. Its going to be what musical choices [they make], the production choice count too….its the same “Ether” versus the other joint ["Takeover"].
Check out the full interview above, and be on the lookout for 50's upcoming album, Animal Ambition, which drops June 3.
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