The observe, which serves because the theme track for 50’s upcoming new Energy spin-off present, Energy E-book III: Elevating Kanan, was first previewed on Instagram last month. Now, the G-Unit rapper has added it to all streaming platforms.
“I do know heartbreaks, setbacks/ Bitch, if I crap out, I’m certain I’ma get again/ I been by means of the ups and downs, you already know I get round/ So to me, it’s all part of the sport,” 50 raps on the observe’s refrain.
“If I ain’t the coke man, or the dope man/ I’m nearly for certain man, I gotta take it/ Don’t must say shit, I’m gon’ take it/ Robberies turned murder, it’s nothin’ to play with.”
Energy E-book III: Elevating Kanan, which follows the present Starz present Energy E-book II: Ghost, is about to reach on screens in the summertime of 2021.
Creator Courtney Kemp’s third foray into the Energy universe will star Mekai Curtis as Kanan Stark, beforehand portrayed by 50, the present’s government producer. The forthcoming sequence will look again on Kanan’s rise to infamy on the streets of Jamaica, Queens, New York, loosely impressed by 50’s adolescence.
Curtis will likely be joined by a solid which incorporates Omar Epps (Juice, Shooter, Home), London Brown (Ballers), and Joey Bada$$ (Mr. Robotic).
With a working title of Second in Time: The Bloodbath, the seasonal anthology “will discover the true tales wherein iconic hip-hop moments collided with the sensational and generally felony occasions behind-the-scenes.”
Season 1 will have a look at how “stress between 50 Cent and The Recreation led to an all-out avenue battle, pitting G-Unit towards music impresario Jimmy Henchman, leading to a murder-for-hire plot and Henchman serving a life sentence in jail.”