50 Cent recently called into close friend and collaborator DJ Whoo Kid's Shade 45 radio show to discuss both Born Sinner and Yeezus.
Although Fifty's been avoiding the musical spotlight as of late, he did provide a rare guest hook on Cole's "New York Times," a Born Sinner bonus cut. Other than Kendrick Lamar's contribution on "Forbidden Fruit," he was the only other rapper who contributed vocals on Cole's project.
"I think that it's a good project," said 50. "He's producing his records while actually rapping on them like Kanye."
He didn't hesitate to compare the two or express his opinion on Yeezy's latest effort.
"I think they're both talented," he said. "Some of the choices on the new joint that Yeezy made, I wasn't into all that. I didn't know what kind of beat came off... [but] it was creative, man - it came out of nowhere with that. We'll see if people can adjust to it and really enjoy it or if it's too different."
50 also discussed his future in music and, and joked about re-recording his "officially unreleased but heavily bootlegged" debut album Power of the Dollar with producers such as Kanye, Timbaland and Cole