50 Cent ft. Prodigy, Kidd Kidd & Styles P - Chase The Paper

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While you probably spent your weekend mornings nursing a hangover, 50 Cent is ignoring your girl’s call five times at a video shoot with tricked out vehicles I don’t even know the names of. In his latest video for Chase The Paper, released last week, 50 brings out New York veterans Prodigy and Styles P, and New Orleans’ Kidd Kidd to explain to those who are a bit slow the other differences between you and them. Director Eif Rivera turns the chilling organs provided by Ty Fyffe into a hymnal about the sins of crossing these four emcees in the church of G-Unit. Don’t for a second think that 50 has lost his muscle, figuratively or literally, since becoming a business man. Chase The Paper will indeed appear on his upcoming LP, Animal Ambition, scheduled for release June 3.

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