50 Cent’s Get Busy Or Die Tour Continues


Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson will commemorate 20 years since the release of his groundbreaking debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin’ with a global tour, known as The Final Lap Tour, showcasing fan favorites as well as new material – Busta Rhymes and Jeremih will serve as opening acts.

$NOT will embark on The Get Busy or Die North American Tour beginning May 4 in Orlando and visiting cities such as Austin, Los Angeles, and Chicago before wrapping up on August 23. Produced by Live Nation, the 35-city run will include Austin, Los Angeles, and Chicago among its destinations.

1. $NOT

Billboard-charting Florida rapper $NOT brought his energetic and passionate rap music to the Fillmore last night, delighting fans with viral hits such as “Doja,” “Immaculate,” and “Tell Em.” Fans clamored for more, moshing and even crowd surfing during his set; Night Lovell and DC The Don opened for him and helped build up energy before their set; all performed splendidly and should continue touring if their music is something you enjoy.

2. Night Lovell

Night Lovell made headlines at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on Monday (June 12, 2023) when he took to the stage as a special guest of $NOT’s Get Busy or Die tour, drawing crowds despite inclement weather conditions to see him perform live. Fans were welcomed with wild cheers from fans in attendance and an unruly mosh pit, which didn’t bother him; his performance left much to be desired, however, as it appeared like he was using playback tracks with shouted lyrics while using his throat to voice them off loud.

3. DC The Don

Daijon Cotty Davis, more popularly known as DC The Don, quickly made waves in Portland with his captivating blend of hip-hop, rock, and melodic rap. His powerful vocals covered topics such as cars, killers, and Nikes over bold 808s and psychedelic guitar riffs to leave a lasting impression with audiences across the nation as part of their get busy or die tour – check out photos from Portland here!

4. Eminem

Eminem, one of America’s best-selling rappers ever, has made headlines due to his unique style and lyrical content that has garnered international acclaim. His music draws upon personal experiences and struggles, winning numerous awards along the way and founding Shady Records, which released multiple albums under its umbrella label; collaborations include Dr Dre, 50 Cent, and Detroit native Obie Trice, among many more.

After releasing his debut album, The Eminem Show, in 2002, rapper Eminem quickly rose to fame. The record topped the Billboard 200 charts and received positive reviews from critics alike. A year later, he made his acting debut in 8 Mile. The movie, based on his life experiences, was both commercially and critically successful, garnering him an Academy Award nomination for his song titled ‘Lose Yourself.’ Following its release, Encore (2004) and Curtain Call: The Hits (2005) followed. Both albums were hits but failed to gain as much acclaim as its predecessors. He then left the spotlight briefly before reappearing in 2006 to mourn and honor D12 member Proof, who had died outside a Detroit nightclub.

In 2019, this artist released their album entitled Kamikaze, and it dominated several charts worldwide, including Billboard 200 and several others. Additionally, they toured successfully alongside numerous artists, which led to them contributing their songs for Marvel’s forthcoming movie Venom as an official soundtrack contributor.

Heaven and Hell was also released as an extended play by this artist in 2022, to the delight of fans. She plans on releasing another album by 2023.

Eminem began attacking his fellow rappers early in 2019. First targeting Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey on his track ‘Lord Above’; Nick responded by releasing “The Invitation.” Eminem did not respond directly, choosing instead to remain quiet for some time before eventually responding with diss tracks of his own entitled ‘Invitation“.