G-Unit leader 50 Cent and former member Game are reportedly set to face-off in the coming months with new albums both set to come out on the same day. #FaceOff

Barring any setbacks or delays, Fif’s upcoming Street King Immortal will arrive on September 16.

50 has revealed that a G-Unit album will be coming in Novemeber, but before that, he has said his long-awaited Street King Immortal project is expected to come out in September. Well, today we have more information surrounding that. At the very end of a recent interview with Hot 93 in Connecticut, 50 revelas that Street King Immortal will be out on September 16th. No exact date for the G-Unit album (or title), but that again is expected to be out in November. (HHNM)

A few weeks ago, 50 hinted at his next LP dropping this September.

“The next project, Street King Immortal, was already written before I wrote that project,” Fif said referring to Animal Ambition. “That’s how I know to write it like this. Street King Immortal will actually be out in September. So I have a real strict schedule. I’m going to be moving around a lot. It’s a lot of work.” (Daily Buzz)

A few weeks ago, Game revealed he would team up with eOne to drop a new project on September 16.

Entertainment One Music is proud to announce a new marketing/ distribution deal with superstar The Game (Jayceon Taylor) through Blood Money La Familia/Fifth Amendment Ent./eOne Music. The new album, BLOOD MONEY LA FAMILIA, is scheduled to be released on September 16, 2014 with the first 2 singles “BIGGER THAN ME” and “OR NAH” dropping this month. The album is executive produced by long time Game associate Cash “Wack” Jones, and Stat Quo. (eOne Press Release)

Despite the perception, Game said he had not officially signed to Cash Money a few months ago.

“Right now, I’m just enjoying my free agency,” Game revealed in an interview. “I had talked to Birdman and we’re trying to figure out what it’s going to be, how it’s going to work. It definitely should work. I got a relationship with [Lil] Wayne, [Drake], Stunna, Slim, long relationship that goes back five, ten years. It’s just trying to figure out what’s best for Cash Money, what’s the best for Game at this point in his career. It’s pretty much family and that’s where I’m at, at this point. Of course nothing’s written in stone and that’s where I’m leaning.” (Civil TV)