Because, you “get rich or die tryin'”.

A while ago, WWE announced that David Guetta’s “Rise” has been chosen to be the theme song for WWE “Wrestlemania 31”. In addition to this news, David also announced a new collaboration with Black Eyed Peas and now, comes a partnership with rapper and songwriter, 50 cent.

This is not the first time David has worked with 50 Cent. Back in 2011, the duo collaborated on the track “Bullsh*t & Party”. Given how far they’ve come since then, we’re assuming that the duo will produce premium quality music instead of just well, “bullsh*t and party” this time round.


American rapper Curtis James Jackson III, better known by his stage name 50 cent, took to his Instagram account to announce the special collaboration with David Guetta. He captioned the picture: “new music on the way”.


No stranger to working with hip-hop artistes, this collaboration comes after the 47-year-old DJ/producer’s sixth sudio album “Listen”.

Throughout his career, David has worked with hip-hop artistes and rappers on tracks including “Sweat” featuring Snoop Dogg, “Little Bad Girl” featuring Ludacris and most recently “Hey Mama” featuring Nicki Minaj.

As for 50 Cent, he’s not broken into the pop dance music genre just yet as he’s remained as someone who’s true to the streets. However, recent album sales, might just cause the “Get Rich Or Die Tryin'” rapper to tap into something a little more mainstream.

As of now, no further details have been revealed so stay tuned as we will continue to update you as soon as we get more info! 😉

We’ll leave you now with David Guetta’s “Bullsh*t & Party” featuring 50 Cent from back in 2011.

Source: Music Times  , featured image via 50 Cent Instagram

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