Woooha: Vitamin Water, the company that made 50 Cent filthy rich, is launching a new iPhone app in partnership with 50 Cent and developer Romplr called “50’s Sound Lab” which will allow you to mix remix parts of 50 Cent’s album on their iPhone including his recent single “Baby By Me.” The best user-generated remix will win studio time with 50 Cent himself.
“Vitaminwater is calling on all of its fans to get inspired and start mixing it up with 50’s Sound Lab App,” said Rohan Oza, chief marketing officer of Vitaminwater, smartwater and vitaminwater10. “50 cent is a part of the Vitaminwater family and we are excited to be able to share his new single with everyone through this groundbreaking social media experience for iPhone and iPod touch.”
50’s Sound Lab app will be available for free in the App Store or at http://appsto.re/50soundlab. Romplr is the same company that developed Soulja Boy’s iPhone Re-mix app
Saturday, November 14th, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson donated $25,000.00 to the “You Can Go To College Committee”. The Queens based nonprofit organization was established in 1996 to ensure a smooth transition from high school to college for students. The program includes college tours in state and an annual black historical college bus tour, PSAT and SAT preparation courses, parents financial aid workshops, paid and non paid internships, scholarships and help finding financial assistance programs. In the last 12 years, “The You Can Go To College Committee” has been responsible for over 3000 students enrolled in colleges and universities and more than 1000 graduates all across the country.
Today we gave out 300 turkeys at the Church of God in Christ Jesus of the Apostles Faith located in South Jamaica, in the neighborhood where 50 threw Forever Young Day in September.
Wednesday November 18th G-Unity will be serving food to homeless shelters that will be bused in by the United House of Prayer for All People.
Saturday November 21st G-Unity will be at Holy Trinity handing out 500 turkeys to families in need as well.