50 Cent makes another power move, proving his business expertise. In a new purchase, 50 Cent aquires a 985,00 square foot building for G-Unit studios. Posting a video on his Instagram earlier today, he shows fans a sneak peak of his new space. In the video, construction is taking place as 50 Cent gives the classic “G-Unit” saying. He added a caption of “Greenlightgang-G-Unit film&TV”, making it clear what this new space is for.

50 Cent continues to reign supreme as a businessman and entrepreneur. Since the early 2000’s 50 Cent has changed the look and feel of pop cultural. Taking the world by storm with his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin, he spawned a career worthy of iconic status. Since it’s initial release in 2003, the album has reached platinum status nine times with over 3o million records sold. That same year 50 Cent founded his label G-Unit signing fellow artist Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo.

Despite a successful career in music, in 2014 he broadened his influence with television. Creating one of the most dynamic television shows “Power” in 2014. The series which airs on the STARZ network was a huge success, generating the spinoffs, “Power Book II: Ghost, Power Book III: Raising Kanan and Power Book IV.” 50 Cent also created the hit show “BMF,” detailing the Black Mafia Family. Although 50 Cent’s show run has proven worthy of praise, he’s recently voiced his disappoint with the STARZ network. Just earlier this month, 50 took to Twitter to express he won’t be doing or selling any other spin off”s or shows to STARZ. Acquiring this new space could bring a variety of different shows and content to viewers everywhere.