G-Unit’s 50 Cent has decided to keep fans waiting for his celebratory The Big 10 project by revealing plans to put it out late next week.
Fif claims his ten-track effort will be ready for release in seven days.
“Ok THE BIG 10 is coming out next friday at 12:00 pm classic,” he tweeted Thursday (December 1). (50 Cent’s Twitter)
This week, 50 unleashed his new “Stop Crying” leadoff Big 10 track.
In honor of the fact that It’s been ten years since everyone wished Shawty a happy birthday, 50 Cent’s dropping a ten-track album next week called The Big 10. Last night he leaked a single off the album, “Stop Crying,” which features Fitty gruffly telling everyone to just stop crying (no matter how many guns there are!) over synth that sounds like the exact moment in Super Mario Brothers when you get to Bowser’s Castle. Some call it “brutal,” we call it growing up with an older brother. (Huffington Post)
Over the weekend, the G-Unit leader said the project is in celebration of his first-ever mixtape’s annviersary.
“Its been 10 years since I put out 50cent is the future. So I’m putting out the BIG 10 next week 10 smoking hot tracks #SK,” 50 tweeted November 27th.
“I’m shooting videos for every song on the tape. The BIG 10 I got something for a haters a** it called hits lol #SK” (50 Cent’s Twitter)
Recently, the rap star gave fans a throwback vibe after dropping a follow-up to 2003’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’ intro track, “What Up Gangsta.”
You know that feeling you get when 50 Cent drops the follow up to his ” What Up Gangsta” out of absolutely nowhere? Yeah… that’s what you’re probably feeling right now. Yes, out of the total blue Fif has decided to re-up on classic track for the world to hear. I am always skeptical about Hip Hop artists dropping second, third and even fourth installments to past albums and or even past songs as 98.9% of them fail to live up to the original predecessor [sans Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx…PT II of course]. However this follow up installment, entitled “What Up Gangsta (Part 2)”, although nothing to go ape shit about is still pretty decent… (Soul Culture)
Check out a recent 50 Cent interview below: