One of the features about Canon that I've always liked is that they offer f/1.2 lenses where most everyone else offers f/1.4. I am a bokeh junkie, so that extra little bit really does offer a different look to the background.
For most all my primary people work, I use a 50mm lens, as I like the balance of the field of view with the subtle compression while still having the background be a part of the entire scene.
Canon's new offering, the RF 50mm f/1.2L USM, looks to be an absolute dream. Canon users should rejoice in this updated lens, as the old 50mm f/1.2 was nice, but had some optical errors like fringing, and this lens is expected to perform much better. I feel the release of this lens is a bigger deal than some are realizing simply by the fact that it isn't entirely sold out everywhere.
A few examples of some of my recent 50mm focal length work:50mm f/1.2L USM is in stock and ready to ship at B&H today for $2,299, and while that is a pricey lens for sure, I feel it's worth it based on your shooting style, and my 50mm is my everyday workhorse.