New York rapper 50 Cent knows he has his finger on the pulse of what the people want. The hip-hop star went online to acknowledge the late King Von‘s music has received additional success because of its connection to his “Power Book II: Ghost” series.
50 Cent Hypes King Von Numbers
Fifty hit up Instagram to share a screenshot announcing Von’s “I Am What I Am” crowning the Top TV Songs chart. More specifically, the headline reveals its popularity is thanks to the “Power Book II: Ghost” show.
“I can still move the needle 💪 you know the vibes. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi”
King Von’s I Am What I Am
The must-hear song blew up after appearing in an episode of Fifty’s show. It easily topped the chart for the Top 10 TV show songs in December.
King Von’s “I Am What I Am” reigns on Billboard’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, for December 2020 after appearing in an episode of Power Book II: Ghost. Rankings for the Top TV Songs chart are based on song and show data provided by Tunefind and ranked using a formula blending that data with sales and streaming information tracked by Nielsen Music during the corresponding period of December 2020. (The Hollywood Reporter)
King Von’s Armed & Dangerous Music Video
A few days ago, Von’s family released his “Armed & Dangerous” music video.
King Von’s estate shares the video for “Armed & Dangerous,” directed by Jerry Production. Produced by Chopsquad DJ, “Armed & Dangerous” is a showcase for the late rapper’s gripping vocal delivery and gift for immersing the listener into his state of mind. The video calls back to Von’s experiences in prison and shows how the lessons he learned inside shaped his worldview, even as a successful rapper. “Armed & Dangerous” is the opening track from his album Welcome To O-Block. To celebrate Von’s artistry, music, and vision, Von’s team will continue to roll out Welcome To O’Block, while continuing to share unreleased music, videos, and interviews that Von was able to complete in his lifetime. “Armed & Dangerous” follows the recent video for “Wayne’s Story,” which was Von’s favorite music video.
Lil Durk Keeps The Memory Alive
In December 2020, Chicago’s Lil Durk wore Von’s chain representing O’Block in his “Backdoor” music video. Von was killed a week after the release of his album Welcome to O’Block and one of his most popular songs was titled “Took Her to the O.”