50 Cent has announced his new book titled Hustle Harder Hustle Smarter, the followup to the New York Times bestseller The 50th Law with author Robert Greene.
The book will have 50 telling his secrets to success from being a struggling rapper to a superstar and now a high-paid TV executive. It is set to be released in multiple formats on April 28th, 2020 and can be pre-ordered here.
50 shared some behind the scenes footage from the cover shoot on his Instagram, writing: “As an artist I have evolved so much over the years with my transition into different sectors of the entertainment industry, I felt that it was time to share my experiences and knowledge through my latest book Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter.”
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As an artist I have evolved so much over the years with my transition into different sectors of the entertainment industry, I felt that it was time to share my experiences and knowledge through my latest book Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter. Pre-Order link in bio #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac
Says the synopsis:
“In his early twenties Curtis Jackson, known as 50 Cent rose to the heights of fame and power in the cutthroat music business. A decade ago the multi-platinum selling rap artist decided to pivot. His ability to adapt to change was demonstrated when he became the executive producer and star of Power, a high-octane, gripping crime drama centered around a drug kingpin’s family. The series quickly became “appointment” television, leading to Jackson inking a four-year, $150 million contract with the Starz network, the most lucrative deal in premium cable history.
Now, in his most personal book, Jackson shakes up the self-help category with his unique, cutting-edge lessons and hard-earned advice on embracing change. Where The 50th Law tells readers “fear nothing and you shall succeed,” Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter builds on this message, combining it with Jackson’s street smarts and hard-learned corporate savvy to help readers successfully achieve their own comeback?and to learn to flow with the changes that disrupt their own lives.”