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50 Cent To Appear ‘In Da Club’ At Indigo On April 21

Curtis Jackson is coming back to Penn State. Jackson, stage name “50 Cent,” will be at Indigo on April 21, the club announced on Facebook.

HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT: On Thursday April 21, Indigo is proud to host special guest @50cent! Join us tonight, we’ll be giving away 5 complimentary passes! TICKET DETAILS COMING ON MONDAY!

Posted by Indigo on Friday, March 25, 2016

The rapper-turned entrepreneur is set to release his sixth studio album, “Street King Immortal,” this coming August. In recent years, Fiddy has branched into investing and has frequent appearances to sign bottles of Effen Vodka, where he’s a minority shareholder.

50 Cent was famously shot nine times in 2000 before the release of his debut album, and the publicity turned into becoming one of the most famous faces in the 2000s’ rap scene. With “In Da Club,” “Candy Shop,” and more, 50 Cent proved he can make music for many different moods.

Indigo will give away five complimentary passes tonight, with further ticket details being released on Monday. Stay tuned for more information on the storied rapper’s upcoming appearance in da club.

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