50 Cent is never afraid of taking on new challenges. The rapper-turned-actor has become one of the biggest names in television production – thanks to his dedication and commitment.

The 46-year-old recently announced his latest collaboration with the Starz network. His previous ventures with the network include “Power” and its extended universe in “BMF.”

In addition to his affiliation with Starz, 50 has served as one of the creators of ABC show “For Life.” Unfortunately, the show did not turn out to be a success as his previous television projects.

His latest project for Starz is called “Queen Nzinga.” The rapper made the announcement on Instagram Thursday (Dec. 16). The new series is being described as an “African warrior drama.”

Queen Nzinga will be set in 17th century Angola and will see Yetide Badaki (American Gods) in the lead role. 50 Cent is serving as the executive producer on the show, alongside Badaki, Mo Abudu and Steven S. DeKnight.

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