Artists Speak On Their Songs Remade for 50 Cent Is The Future

Tweet on 50′s “Call Me” (remake of “Call Me,” by Tweet)
I loved it. The other day, I was at someone’s birthday party out here and they played a version of “Turn the Lights Off” that he did that was really hot. I had never heard that one. But, yeah, I love it when 50 does his thing. I was just excited. I mean, who wouldn’t be? Somebody just takes your song without you having to ask them and, you know, does their own little thing to it. I was very excited.

I met 50 a couple of times. We both were managed by Violator; so, yeah I met 50 a couple times. We never talked about the song, though. Not at all. I didn’t mind at all, you know. That’s 50 Cent. Why would I mind? I had no problem with that, at all. I was just, you know, excited that anybody. Again, this is my first time out too, you know what I mean? So I was excited.

“Call Me” (Tweet)

“Call Me” (50 Cent)

  • ricky ross i wanna be as real and as rich as 50

    I am lucky enough 2 own a real copy of this and man i miss hip hop back then it was so fresh and real and hood and exciting and so much better than it is today

    50 has never been the best rapper ever but he will always be the realest and best hustler ever in hip hop if you disagree go and check his track record

  • Mario

    I Am Also Fortunate Enough To Have a Copy Still in the Shrink Wrap And Next To My Signed Copy Of Lloyd Banks’ Money in The Bank Pt. 1, G-unit Will Forever Be My Favorite Rap Group, No one Has done What He did to Rap in Such a Short Time And He Really is The Mixtape King!!!

  • jrash87

    this is the 1st 50 album i ever got. i remember when heard this, i thought wow! this dude must be crazy jakin peoples beats like that!! he put his left foot forward an now look at him..

  • http://thisis50.com lerone

    str8 heat…i was a fresh man in CT high sch when this drop..had me on sum G shyt…history..yall followme on twitter @mr_attitude954

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