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50 Cent Premieres Hot Underground Video 'First Date'

November 15, 2012 (9:19 am) GMT
Girls just can't keep their hands off 50 Cent as he traverses the underground club scene for this new clip.

Rapper, entrepreneur and actor has released his new hot and raunchy clip for the track "First Date". The extremely direct and vulgar track is a single from the rapper's upcoming album "".

In the video, the " " artist sports silver paint over his muscle-bound body and flirts and exchanges knowing glances and body-melting stares at lot of sexy and scantily-clad women in what seems to be an underground club scene. At first listen, the 37-year-old emcee from New York wastes no time in playing hard-to-get and goes straight to the point with his message that, "Life's too short to not f**k on the first date."

The Eif Rivera-directed video combines 50 Cent's raw and racy lyrics with visuals of women's hands all grabbing the pumped-up bare chest of the hip hop master. The video also features in-your-face explicit rhymes from "Blow the Whistle" rapper as he, just like Fif, is swamped by libido-fired women who have their hands all over the rapper.

With the release of "First Date", "Street King Immortal" promises to give fans that classic 50 Cent that they all know and love. The single is available on iTunes as a digital download while the full album is set to drop soon in early 2013.

50 Cent's "First Date" Music Video

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