50 Cent Makes A Boxing-Inspired Visual for Winner’s Circle (Video)

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At its root, 50 Cent’s long-awaited album Animal Ambition sounds inspirational. “Winner’s Circle” is an autobiographical song about Fif’s unyielding drive to be the best. The record looks at the attributes within, and explains why the man never backs down. The song, featuring singing from Guordan Banks, is written in a way that is applicable to athletes, scholars, and other competitors. For the video, Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s on-again, off-again homie plays the role of a boxer. Heads see 50’s training regimen in a slightly Rocky-inspired sequence.

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