Curtis James Jackson III, known by his stage name 50 Cent, will once again perform at the Mémoire nightclub at Encore Boston Harbor on March 4. He also performed at Mémoire in June 2021.
“Having big name artists and talent at our venues is something we strive to deliver to our guests,” said Joseph Mazzei of Big Night Entertainment.
He said 50 Cent, together with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, gave an unexpected yet memorable performance during the Halftime Show of Super Bowl LVI in Inglewood, California.
“We anticipate 50 Cent at Mémoire to be another sold out night like we had with Diplo’s recent performance. 50 Cent at Mémoire will feature a sampling of his hit songs along with an incredible DJ set to keep the party going all night long.”
Born and raised in the South Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York, 50 Cent quickly defined himself as one of the premier hip hop artists in the world. Some of his top songs are “In da Club,” “21 Questions,” “Candy Shop” and “Disco Inferno.” He has also compiled five albums, starting with “Get Rich or Die Tryin,’” which came out in 2003 and put 50 Cent on the path to stardom. Later albums included “The Massacre,” “Curtis,” “Before I Self Destruct” and “Animal Ambition.”
Known as a “master of the nuanced art of lyrical brevity,” 50 Cent boasts a current net worth of approximately $40 million. In addition to performing at the Super Bowl, 50 Cent was a featured performer at the Golden Sand music festival in Riviera Maya, Mexico, last month. During his 26-year career, 50 Cent has won 86 awards, including 16 Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards, 13 Billboard Music Awards, 11 ASCAP Awards and six World Music Awards.