Even though he hasn't made a good album since 2005's The Massacre, 50 Cent can still pack mid-size theaters.
Or so he's hoping.
Fiddy is launching his 19-date Invitation tour in Cleveland at the Wolstein Center on May 28.
50 Cent's latest album, last year's Before I Self Destruct, is stinkier than my neighbor's recent mulch delivery. Maybe that's why the rapper has a new record, Black Magic, due so soon.
The album is slated for release this summer. You'll probably hear a preview of it at this show.
No ticket info has been released yet. We'll keep you posted. —Michael Gallucci (follow me on Twitter @mgallucci)
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