The Street King Immortal rollout is upon usand with the album slated to drop next month, 50 Cent is getting his ducks in a row. After premiering the new single "9 Shots" live a few days ago, Fif quickly follows up with the visual for the new banger.

Curtis debuted the video following the season 2 finale of Power, which had the Internet going nuts. The video is a mini-movie of sorts. Fiddy previously revealed he put together the treatment for the video while Eif Rivera is holding down the camera work. The video features Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks. At the beginning of the clip, an argument over some owed money turns deadly when 50 viciously shoots Yayo while the two sit in a parking lot. Later in the video, an encounter with Lloyd Banks thickens the plot and leads to the deadly climax.

The video is the most recent round of promotion for the upcoming album. The G-Unit head honcho recently previewed another upcoming single titled "Pussy So Good" and (sort of) announced he might drop a new mixtape before the album hits the streets.

Then there's the drama. Just in the last couple of days 50 has made the headlines, once for questioning if former nemesis Fredro Starr was even still alive during a live chat with fans. He also posted a comment on Meek Mill's Instagram video threatening to tombstone piledrive Trav and Slowbucks. Yep, you can smell it in the air. 50 season is almost here.

Watch the six-minute video, above.