The vulnerable, Bahrain-dwelling King of Pop may be looking to team up with the U.S.’ foremost bulletproof rapper.
Michael Jackson is reportedly hoping to collaborate with 50 Cent on his upcoming, as-yet-untitled project. While 50 Cent’s spokesperson told Billboard.com that the rapper has made no commitments to work on Jackson’s new album, a member of 50’s crew, DJ Whoo Kid, has hinted that the collaboration may be in the works. Whoo Kid is set to travel to Bahrain in two weeks to bring home some tracks Jackson has been working on in his home studio.
We expect the track to sound like a little bit of “P.Y.T” mixed with a touch of “P.I.M.P.”
As for Jackson’s album, the first single is likely to be “Now That I Found Love” — produced by Jackson and Bruce Swedien (“Thriller”) — and it’s set for a November 21 release.
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