As 50 Cent preps for the arrival of Power Book IV: Force on Feb. 6, he’s giving fans another visual they didn’t see coming.
The New York legend dropped the Lil Durk/Jeremih-featuring music video for the new series’ theme song “Power Powder Respect” following the latest episode of Power Book II: Ghost. Also in the clip are a few familiar faces from 50’s ever-popular Starz franchise.
Directed by Eif Rivera, the visual starts with Jeremih walking into a bar as scenes from the upcoming show begin to play. 50 is shown with shots of a chess game, and he’s joined by Durk and Jeremih when the chorus hits.
With Force being based in Chicago, Fif seems to have made the smart move by tapping hometown heroes in Jeremih and Durk. As for the show itself, a trailer was recently released showing Joseph Sikora reprising his role as Tommy Egan, who is coping with serious losses in his life as he takes himself to Chi-town for an escape. He’s met with some hostility when he arrives, and fans can follow along as it premieres next month on Starz.
“He lost his brother Ghost. He lost the woman he loves, Holly, and their unborn child. He lost Keisha. His mother is non-existent,” Sikora said of his character. “We’ve always seen Tommy with something. We’ve seen what he hates, but also what he loves—and he’s lost both. He’s lost any connection he’s had. Everybody [is] against him and he’s burned a lot of bridges. … I think the problem Tommy runs into is that Chicago looks and feels close enough to New York, and he thinks, ‘Oh, this will be easy.’ And it’s not that easy.”
Check out 50 Cent’s “Power Powder Respect” video up top.