As two of the biggest names in music, 50 Cent and Chris Brown have had their fair share of positive and negative headlines tied to their names over the years. But as time will tell, the two always come out on top. That's probably the reason the Queens rapper and Virginia R&B star teamed up for Fif's 2015 single, "Im The Man." Today (May 6), the single gets the lavish visual treatment with a new music video.

Directed by Eif Rivera, 50 and CB are seen in a L.A. mansion surrounded by scantily-clad beauties and bottles as they remember the struggles that they went through to get to this point.

"Every ghetto I know the same/We trying to make a little change/Preacher man come around talkin'/I don't wanna hear it, keep walkin'/I'm put the powder in the pot/Whip it 'till I'm pullin' off a lot/Imagine when I pull it off the lot/New shit come without a top."

Along with these scenic views, the end of the video features a preview of Fif and Breezy's new collab “No Romeo No Juliet,” which they dropped the audio for today. While the first part of the video was slow and sensual, things get a little crazier in the second part of the video with strippers bouncing to the beat of the duo's more aggressive club banger.

"I'm The Man" is the breakout single from 50's The Kanan Tape. The original video for "I'm The Man" dropped back in January in the form of a short film and once again featured 50 toasting to the good life. The main difference in the two videos is that CB was absent from the first shoot. Check out the new clip above and be on the lookout for their next video dropping soon.

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