Interscope Records and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]50 Cent [/lastfm]have been at odds with each other for just about as long as 50 cent has been represented by the Universal Music Group label. It seems that every other week, Fitty is angry tweeting about their latest injustice towards him. You can just add this one to the pile. But this time, he may be picking at more than the label as [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Madonna[/lastfm] has also wound up in the crossfire.
[photogallerylink id=135100 align=right]Early today, it was confirmed that Madonna had officially signed a three album deal with UMGs Interscope Records. Also, confirmed was the name of one of her upcoming singles, “Girls Gone Wild.” Thing is, 50 claims to have already been working on a single under the exact same title.
To display his discontent about the situation, a fired up 50 took to his twitter account. “Man interscope put out the single art saying its coming out on the 31st but its not coming out. I’m not putting my album out till we are all on the same page,” he wrote right before erupting on his page.
Continuing on Fif wrote, “These people are gonna make kill one of them. Now madonna’s single is called GIRLS GONE WILD. This is some bull sh*t #SK”
Later on his Twitter account, he said he’d be putting out a video and then, trying to channel his anger, Curtis decided it would be better to write about it. Clearly the G-Unit captain tried making the best of what seems to be a bad situation.
“This is nuts to me. I try to do everything I can to keep my cool you know what? If they don’t care I don’t care I’m putting out a video now,” 50 declared. About 30 minutes later, fans were treated to a brand new video, “I Just Wanna.”
So far, Madonna has been quiet about the song titles and label mate drama. No offense to anyone, but Madonna is like a goddess in pop music. 50 may not want to fight this battle, it looks to be a losing one.
“I Just Wanna” 50 Cent ft Tony Yayo (Explicit)
- Did 50 Cent overreact or is he really getting dissed by his own record label? Leave your thoughts in the comments.