50 Cent Releases New Song 'Get Low' Ft. Jeremih, 2 Chainz & T.I.: The Big Come Back

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In Hip-Hop there are financial giants like Diddy, Jay-Z and Dr. Dre, however, 50 Cent has made it his mission to be every bit as successful. Today he releases a new track titled, "Get Low" featuring Jeremih, 2 Chainz and T.I.

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"Get Low" features the proper mixture of artists that are required to create a major hit. Between Jeremih's ability to make almost any hook sound amazing, 2 Chainz hilarious ad-libs and flow and T.I.'s versatility when it comes to flowing on any track, 50 Cent really assembled the team for the new track.

It's build for the radio and clubs and might end up being one of this summers anthems.

What's interesting is that 50 Cent chooses to use auto-tune in his flow which seems a bit unnecessary given his ability and status in Hip-Hop.

"50 has had several false starts with his long-awaited Street King Immortal album, however he's touting this as the first official single from the album," comments HotNewHipHop.

"Production from Remo The Hitmaker is curtailed for the strip clubs, while 50 takes a cue from Atlanta with his auto-tuned opening verse. He keeps the ATL aesthetic with features from 2 Chainz and Tip."

50 Cent is also pushing his venture into the alcohol market with the release of Effen Vodka. He's coined the hashtag and phrase "no more Puffy juice," in hopes to eliminate his competitor Diddy and convert Ciroc drinkers to his product.

50 Cent is all about power moves and in 2015 it looks like he's pulling out all of the stops to ensure he is at the top of the game.

Listen to "Get Low" below.