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50 Cent’s Son Shares First Track


50cent1Marquise Jackson has shared a brand new track titled ‘Different’. It is the first ever song to be recorded by the artist and has dropped on the fourteenth anniversary of his father’s critically acclaimed debut album ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’

50 Cent is one of the most popular hip hop artists of the 21st century and it comes as no surprise that his son Marquise should want to follow in his fathers footsteps. His new song ‘Different’ contains a sample of Dr Dre’s ‘What’s The Difference?’, and has been labelled a ‘diss track’ aimed at his father by a number of popular music publications.

The reason behind the label, comes from the song lyrics “Lost my pops, he’s still alive”, which suggest tension between Marquise and his father.

In a recent interview, Jackson said of the track: “Growing up, my dad was my superhero. It was like having a father who was Superman, more or less. But then, as I got older, you start realizing things or you start seeing certain patterns and it takes an effect on your relationship with people. That’s what happened with me and my father.”

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He continued: “That’s the first song that I ever, ever made. [It’s] my first complete song with a hook and verses and everything. It was more or less me just venting, me getting a lot of frustrations, a lot of feelings out. People say they can hear the hunger inside the track and that’s what I was feeling at the moment.”

In other news, 50 Cent is currently suing his former lawyers over the loss of the 2015 Lastonia Leviston sex tape lawsuit. As a result of the lawsuit 50 was forced to declare bankruptcy and has alleged that his former lawyer’s neglectful conduct led to the result of the case.

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