The three-and-a-half-minute clip, which is directed by Eif Rivera, follows the journey of a young boy who strives to be successful.
Last month, 50 Cent made a much-awaited return to the music industry with a new song entitled “Still Think I’m Nothing” featuring Jeremih, who is his frequent collaborator. On Wednesday night, December 6, the “In Da Club” rapper unleashed the music video for the track.
The Eif Rivera-directed clip opens with a young boy being confronted by a man in a quiet alley. The scene then changes to give viewers a look at how the young boy becomes from nothing to something. Some scenes also show 50 Cent spitting lines at different settings, including a dark alley and a mansion. Jeremih, on the other hand, doesn’t make an appearance in the clip.
“I remember all the s**t you said to me ’cause it hurt/ Then it helped me ’cause then I was down to do the dirt/ See the knots in my pockets boy, I go the cash route,” 50 Cent raps. “I see you with your skinny jeans, punk, with your a** out/ And I got all kind of money now/ Look what you made me.”
“Still Think I’m Nothing” was produced by Bongo By The Way. In an interview with Hip Hop N More, the Nigeria-born producer revealed how the song was made. “The whole story behind it is, I did that song with Jeremih and Hitmaka. And Mario [from G-Units] connected the dots and made 50 hear it and 50 loved it,” he detailed.
In addition to this track, 50 Cent previously confirmed on DJ Whoo Kid’s “Whoolywood Shuffle” podcast that he was working on a collaboration with Gucci Mane for a track entitled “On Something”. It has yet to be confirmed when fans will get to listen to the song, though.
The New York rapper also gave details about his upcoming project on the podcast, saying, “I have some pieces that I’m ready to start putting music out. I’ve been recording and spotting extra stuff.”