Tony Yayo recently sat down on Drink Champs and made a wild claim about one of 50 Cent’s most critically acclaimed songs.
On 50 Cent’s legendary debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin‘, “Many Men (Wish Death)” is one of the highlight songs. In the twenty years after its release in 2003, the 3x-Platinum song has become a Hip Hop staple.
What was the real feeling behind 50 Cent’s “21 Questions” B-side? The Hip Hop sensation reportedly did not like the song “Many Men” according to one of his right hand man.
On a soon-to-air episode of N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN‘s Drink Champs podcast, Tony Yayo sits down in the hotseat. In the show’s trailer, Yayo blatantly admits to the hosts, “50 didn’t even like ‘Many Men.'”
To hear Tony Yayo’s complete opinions on “Many Men,” fans will have to wait until the entire Drink Champs episode airs this Thursday, June 6, on Revolt. Additionally, the teaser shows Yayo talking about G-Unit, 50 Cent, Eminem, DJ Khaled, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and other artists.
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The song “Many Men (Wish Death)” by 50 Cent was co-produced by Eminem, Luis Resto, and Darrell “Digga” Branch. Mekhi Phifer and Tommy Lister made appearances in the song’s official music video, which was directed by Jessy Tererro.
“Many Men” was intercalated in the late Pop Smoke‘s “Got It on Me” in 2020. Using inspiration from 50 Cent’s song, St. Louis producer Metro Boomin and Atlanta native 21 Savage released their “Many Men” version that same year.
Lil Tjay, a rapper from the Bronx, released “FACESHOT (Many Men Freestyle)” in September 2022.
The Gunns, an AEW wrestling team, utilized “Many Men” as the entrance music for their fight against FTR, the former tag team champions, back in April of this year.
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