50 Cent is back with new music featuring PnB Rock. The track, "Crazy" finds PnB rock handling the hook, while 50 delivers introspective rhymes that find him remembering some dark things from his past.

He gets personal, rapping about his strained relationship with his son, as well as with Lloyd Banks.

"Called my son twice, he ain't picking up the phone / And Banks, me and him don't even talk no more/ You know 'cause of me, he ain't never had to sell crack/ Never used no knife or squeeze no strap," 50 cent raps.

He even rhymes about feeling suicidal for a brief moment.

"I woke up this morning, really wasn't feeling myself/Thought about suicide, but me, I ain't killin myself/My cousin Corey shot his girlfriend, then shot himself in the head/Before I shoot myself, I'm shootin' everyone else, kid/My head achin', my hands shakin' Im sweating bullets/And it ain't even hot in this bitch I'm going through it/My mind playing tricks on me, I mean shit homie/I might need a straight jacket fit for me," he raps. 

"l make it feel different, it’s all real you don’t have to lie and say what sounds good on every song," he said of the track on IG.

No word as of now on where this track will land but 50 does have two new projects on the way—Street King Immortal and the KANAN: Reloaded mixtape.

Just yesterday, he announced that he's heading out on European tour in honor of the 15th anniversary of his classic debut album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin. As of now, it appears that 50 will be doing three dates—Birmingham  (September 18), London (September 20) and Manchester (September 21).

Take a listen to his new song, "Crazy," above.

 

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