Legendary rapper 50 Cent will be in Athens, Greece to participate in a unique concert with Greek popular singer Konstantinos Argyros. The concert that will take place at the Olympic Stadium in Athens will be the final act of Argyros’ highly successful summer tour.
Argyros, one of the most beloved Greek singers of his generation and 50 Cent, one of the most iconic rappers in the world, will join forces on October 29th in order to offer their Greece-based fans a unique music experience.
The concert will be opened by Josephine, FY, and The Kings. Special guests include Light and Rack.
Both the Greek folk pop singer and the American rapper posted the poster of their upcoming joint concert on their personal Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Ladies and gentlemen….
This is ΑΘΗΝΑ ΜΟΥ concert at 29/10⭐️ with my friend @50cent
— Argiros Konstantinos (@ArgirosKonstant) September 25, 2022
— 50cent (@50cent) September 26, 2022
50 Cent appreciates Greece
Curtis James Jackson III, known professionally as 50 Cent, is an American rapper, actor, and businessman. Known for his legendary impact in the hip hop industry, he has been described as a “master of the nuanced art of lyrical brevity.”
50 Cent has sold over thirty million albums worldwide and won several awards, including a Grammy Award, a Primetime Emmy Award, thirteen Billboard Music Awards, six World Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and four BET Awards.
The rapper has shown his love for Greece multiple times. Earlier in August, the rapper was on Mykonos enjoying some moments of relaxation on the island. He also performed at a well-known nightclub.
50 Cent and Konstantinos Argyros: a blend of Greek folk pop with rap
Konstantinos Argyros is an uber-famous Greek folk pop singer, whose music career in recent years, has skyrocketed. His popular song “Athina Mou” became a global hit. He has released a total of seven studio albums which have sold thousands of copies across Greece.
Will they Perform a Duet?
Performing with 50 Cent will offer Argyros’ audience a unique experience in which Greek folk pop meets rap music, something not yet seen in the Greek music industry. It’s still unknown whether the two will perform an unknown duet, but the certain thing is that their concert will surely offer the audience something new and pave the way for future Greek artists to perform and experiment with international genres.