(AllHipHop News) Video streaming site VEVO tapped G-Unit leader 50 Cent for the latest installment of its "Music Is My Sport" original series.
In the nearly four-minute clip, 50 shares his story of rising from the streets of New York to becoming a platinum selling rapper, multimillionaire, and most recently a boxing promoter.
"Boxing is very similar to rap. It's the instincts. It's the training. It's the discipline that's involved with it. The absolute focus that's necessary for you to win," says 50. "You ain't got no teammates. You're out there alone."
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The South Jamaica, Queens native also talks about his upcoming 5th LP Street King Immortal.
It has been four years since 50 released his last studio album, 2009's Before I Self Destruct. 50 has dropped 3 mixtapes since then including the DJ Drama hosted The Lost Tape: Gangsta Grillz in 2012.
VEVO previously featured R&B singer-songwriter Ne-Yo in his own "Music Is My Sport" video in 2012.
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