50 Cent's on the promo run for his upcoming album, Animal Ambition, which drops on June 3. Yesterday, he dropped the Trey Songz-featured and Dr. Dre-produced track called "Smoke," and hours later his interview on Shade 45 with MTV's Rob Markman finally aired.
In the hour long "Town Hall" chat, Rob and 50 touched on a number of topics including his forthcoming album, Chief Keef's potential when he started his career, possibly working with Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo in the future, overwriting his albums, and more. Of course, no interview would be complete without the "and who are you trying to work with next?" kicker, after which 50 said he'd like to work a lot more with Drake and Rihanna.
You can stream the full interview that aired last night below via HHNM:
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