(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent is looking to get back into the clothing game, with a new brand based on one of his hit songs.
50 has moved to file a trademark for a number of new brands, including one called "Hustler's Ambition."
The name of the clothing line is taken from his 2005 single of the same name, from the soundtrack to 50's hit movie "Get Rich Or Tryin."
50 Cent has already experienced success in the clothing world in the past, with his G-Unit clothing line, which included a line of sneakers with Reebok in 2003 and a clothing line in partnership with Marc Ecko, which ceased production in 2009.
50 Cent is also looking to protect "Hustler's Ambition" for a TV series too, and he's also moved to trademark the name of his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin as well.