50 Cent ft. Akon - I’ll Still Chill

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: 50 Cent , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Khalil
Album:
Curtis

And just when you didn’t think it was time for a new single off Curtis, it is!  50 Cent, who might end up releasing every single song off his 17-track LP, has released the DJ Khalil produced banger, I’ll Still Kill

.  (Oops, radio won’t like a song about killing.)  In an attempt to convert his chart worthy song into a mainstream regular, 50 grabbed up collabo partner Akon, and together they re-recorded the single; except the second time around, the chorus became “I’ll Still Chill.”  Despite the song’s hook no longer making much sense (due to the lyrical swaparoo), the partnership between two of the industrie’s giants should be enough to finally push Curtis over the platinum threshold (believe it or not, he still hasn’t reached that promised land.)

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