Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, who has gained a foothold in the television world after an outstanding hip-hop career, seems to have set himself a surprising new goal.
Joining the Shady/Aftermath record label when Eminem and Dr. Dre were in the middle of an incredible career, 50 Cent became an instant superstar after the release of their debut single “In Da Club.” He soon released his first major label, ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin,’ an album that some might even list among the greatest of all time.
Cable television network Starz has renewed the second season of Power Book III: Raising Kanan, inspired by the life of 50 Cent. Also, after his work was listed for the 2021 Emmy Nominations, 50 Cent sarcastically showed that he still wants the Best New Artist award he lost at the 2004 Grammys.
50 Cent took to Twitter and shared a screenshot of the story posted on Deadline. 50 Cent sarcastically showed that he still wants the Grammy’s Best New Artist award and reaffirmed his belief in it.
Here’s what 50 Cent said:
“First this then my Emmy nomination wow what a great day. Next, I’ll win best new artist at the Grammy’s. I’m on a roll guys.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
👀first this then my Emmy nomination wow what a great day. next i’ll win best new artist at the Grammy’s 🏆i’m on a roll guys. 😆 pic.twitter.com/qRHtoO5Qrp
— 50cent (@50cent) July 14, 2021