Makes sense, but we are suppose to doubt artists when there messing up that’s what makes a artist make better music. After the Curtis album people started doubting you because you went on some far left super pop shit that didn’t sound right coming from you, That whole entire album was saved by I Get Money and that was 2 years ago. In this day and Age your only as hot as your last hit single.
Jay-Z has a different energy when he comes out with new music because of his longevity of putting out consistently great content so even if he has a dud like Kingdom Come, he gets a pass because of who he is and what he’s done. 50 Cent on the other hand is only 3 albums in, has one classic (Get Rich or Die Trying), one flop (Curtis) and one acceptable album (The Massacre). That’s not enough of a track record to still be number one when your last hit was in 2007.
And this is coming from a G-Unit fan….