Hold On (50 Cent song)

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"Hold On"
Single by 50 Cent
from the album Animal Ambition
Released March 18, 2014
Format Digital download
Recorded 2013
Genre East Coast hip hop
Length 3:46
Label
Writer(s) Curtis Jackson, Joell Ortiz, Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong, A. Feeney
Producer(s) Frank Dukes
50 Cent singles chronology
"Don't Worry 'Bout It"
(2014)
"Hold On"
(2014)
"Pilot"
(2014)

"Hold On" is a song by American rapper 50 Cent. It was released on March 18, 2014 as the second single from his fifth studio album Animal Ambition.

Track listing[edit]

Digital single[1]

  • «Hold On»

Controversy[edit]

The song disses James Rosemond, better known as Jimmy Henchman. 50 Cent and his G-Unit crew have been engaged in a deadly street beef for almost a decade with Jimmy Henchman. 50 Cent mentions the highly publicized beating of Jimmy Henchman's son, allegedly by the hands of G-Unit's Tony Yayo and other members of G-Unit. He also references a shooting that took place at Tony Yayo's house, where his home was sprayed with bullets by gunman paid off by Jimmy Henchman. [2]

"On the phone I heard 'Ye smacked the shit outta a kid Now Jimmy got life, gonna smack him again When it's war, it'll be war to the very end If they ever say we lose, I start it again Let's sneak the niggas spray that Semi at your momma crib With a silencer we couldn't even hear that shit" [3]

Music video[edit]

On March 18, 2014, the music video was released for "Hold On".[4] Directed video Eif Rivera.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2014) Peak
position
Germany (Deutsche Black Charts)[5] 40
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)[6] 199
UK R&B (Official Charts Company)[7] 38
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard)[8] 47

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