Tune into MTV's Spring Break all Weekend long for your 50 Cent fix. He will be Performing Live on TRL, Spring Break Candy Shop and Spring Break '05 All Star Performances.
Though Interscope says a summer tour featuring Eminem and 50 Cent is still just in the talking phase, the members of G-Unit are talking like it's a done deal.
The G-Unit are going to be releasing an abundance of material in the next few months. Olivia's Behind Closed Doors is due in May, followed by Tony Yayo's Thoughts of a Predicate Felon this summer.
Lloyd Banks is patiently waiting in the wings until his next album drops. He said he's recorded 29 songs thus far and is going to keep making them until just before his album is ready to come out.
Young Buck is still working his million-plus-selling Straight Outta Cashville for all it's worth. The album got a second wind at stores last week and will be 53 spots higher on the next Billboard albums chart, and Buck has a split video for "Look at Me Now" and "Bonafide Hustler" coming out soon. The clip was directed by the Saline Project. "It literally speaks for itself,' " Buck said on the set of the clip last month. "Look at me now: from pennies to 20s, from hoopties to Bentleys. It's basically a song taking you from point A to point B."
For Young Buck's 24th birthday, some of the rapper's fans gave him the sort of gift that just keeps on giving: bad press. Buck threw himself a party Wednesday night at a Nashville, Tennessee, nightclub, and according to The Associated Press, some uninvited guests tried to crash the soiree - an assemblage of 700 revelers, and a bunch of cops. The crowd rushed the doors of the Trap, but police and shotgun-wielding security guards managed to hold them at bay. Three people were arrested on minor charges. Buck was not charged in the incident, but a police spokesperson told the wire service that police asked him to help them calm the crowd and he refused.