50 Cent Moves Past Interscope Tensions, Announces New LP Release Date

50 Cent Moves Past Interscope Tensions, Announces New LP Release Date

G-Unit’s 50 Cent appears focused on returning back to the studio to complete the follow-up to 2009’s Before I Self Destruct LP by announcing its release date.

Although 50 did not give an exact date, he did say the LP would hit stores in November.

“My headphones and my album coming in NOV RT @EasierToSee: @50cent first the sleeks! now the album being pushed back!! What’s next?,” he tweeted in response June 19th.

“Me and EM are going to record for my album soon.” (50 Cent’s Twitter)

A few days ago, 50 aired out Interscope Records due to internal problems related to his LP.

“Ok I tried to be cool with my record company . I went to the meeting talk to everyone and sh*t feels like there moving in slow motion,” he tweeted June 16th.

“I’m sorry to announce I will not be releasing a new album this year if we don’t get on the same page.” (50 Cent’s Twitter)

Earlier this week, 50’s manager Chris Lighty said the project would drop this fall.

According to Chris Lighty, 50’s almost finished with his fifth album, which is “sounding great.” “We’re rolling out the marketing partners and everything now,” Chris Lighty told AllHipHop.com. “Once we put the stake in the ground on a date, we’re gonna try and stick to it so we can use our marketing dollars around that date.” According to Chris Lighty, 50 Cent’s album Black Magic will hit stores this Fall. (All Hip Hop)

Around late May, 50 appeared on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” to speak on his delayed LP.

“I finished my new album now,” he revealed to television talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. “I’m actually one song away from being done. I’m mixing the record. I’m excited…This summer[the fans] will have new music from me.” (Rap-Up)

Check out a recent 50 Cent interview below:

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