50 Cent reveals 'Raising Kanan' is 'coming soon' as he posts pics of music video shoot for series' theme song
Rapper 50 Cent has been building up anticipation for his upcoming TV series 'Raising Kanan' on social media on Monday, September 7. It looks like the thrilling conclusion of 50 Cent's crime drama series 'Power' with its sixth season is not the end-all of the show as the rapper and executive producer is fully engaged in his work for its spinoff.
With the announcement that 50 Cent, whose birth name is Curtis Jackson, already shot the music video for the 'Raising Kanan' theme song, it looks like the new series is just on the horizon. "Today we shot The Raising Kanan Theme song Video cool s**t only. #STARZPLAY #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi," 50 Cent wrote in the caption for a photo of himself at the shoot on Instagram.
Also revealing that 'Raising Kanan' is "coming soon," the rapper continued to share more pics from the day of his music video shoot, including snaps with fans. "Man i shot in South Side today, it felt good to see so many people who really know me. Raising Kanan coming soon!," he said while pointing fans to the STARZPLAY app for fans to be able to keep up-to-date with the show's latest info.
The follow-up post was a picture with his fans, which he captioned, "I didn’t tell nobody i was coming, everybody in the hood knew in 10 minutes.🤷🏽♂️ so i had to take pictures or they would have said all kinda s**t after i left. LOL." 50 Cent then said that STARZPLAY is "the new wave," sharing a screenshot that shows STARZPLAY in third place in a list of top charted streaming services before pointing fans to the app once again. The picture shows TikTok in first place with Disney+ at second, STARZ at third and Netflix in the fourth place.
Jackson's latest post for the day is a picture of himself hanging out with DJ and actor DJ Self. His caption reads, "You know the vibes we out side @djself Branson Brown lifestyle s**t we stay lit 🔥."
For those wanting to know more about 50 Cent's series, 'Raising Kanan' takes place in the 1990s, and shares the story of deceased 'Power' character Kanan Stark, originally played by the rapper. 50 Cent takes the role of executive producer for the prequel series along with 'Power' creator, Courtney A Kemp, who is also working on the spinoff 'Power Book II: Ghost', starring Mary J Blige and Method Man.