50 Cent desires the credit score he thinks he deserves.
On Friday, The Game launched his sprawling new album, Drillmatic: Heart Vs. Mind. The album cycle has seen Sport stirring up many of his old beefs. As such, the credit behind the rapper’s traditional report The Documentary have as soon as extra been below scrutiny. Just some days in the past, an outdated onerous drive resurfaced with 50 Cent’s demo of “Higher.”
On The Breakfast Membership, 50 additional mentioned how concerned he was with writing songs on Documentary. Whereas 50’s involvement on “Hate It or Love It,” “How We Do,” and “Greater” have all been established, the New York rapper centered the eye on “What Up Gangsta.” In line with 50, The Game did not have something to do with writing the music, opposite to the rapper’s previous claims.
50 advised The Breakfast Membership, “[Game] stated he wrote ‘What Up Gangsta.’ I’m like, ‘C’mon on, bro. You wasn’t even round once we did that. That was earlier than you even got here into the image… We didn’t even know who he was till after.” As to why The Game is likely to be mendacity, 50 guessed, “There’s some extent if you [reach] desperation and also you’ll say something.”
Up to now, Wack 100 alleged that “What Up Gangsta” was co-written by Sport. When it got here to the refrain, Wack stated, “Who you assume wrote that? I’mma go away it alone… Bro simply don’t be beating his chest.”
Now, consideration is on The Sport’s new album, Drillmatic. The huge 30-song report boasts enormous options, together with Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Pusha T, NBA YoungBoy, YG, Nipsey Hussle, Roddy Ricch, Ice-T, Rick Ross, and lots of extra.