One of the biggest names in rap, 50 Cent, returns to the UK for three arena shows in September, celebrating the 15th anniversary of his huge debut album Get Rich Or Die Tryin’. He will stop at The O2 on Thursday 20 September 2018.
The record that took him from the streets to the top of the charts, after being discovered by Eminem and Dr Dre., ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin', spawned a slew of hit singles including the platinum smash ‘In Da Club’, ‘P.I.M.P’ and ‘21 Questions’. The album, produced by Eminem and Dr Dre, inspired the successful biopic of the same name and kicked off one of the biggest careers in Hip Hop.
50 Cent’s early years were spent growing up in Queens, New York, his meteoric rise to fame saw him become one of the most influential rappers of the 21st Century, bringing Hip Hop culture into the mainstream and growing his own global business empire with a career that has included founding his own record label G Unit, big screen and HBO drama acting roles, real estate, investments, sports promotion and a powerful entrepreneur in technology, entertainment, lifestyle and fitness goods.
Tickets are on sale Monday 16 April at 10am.
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