New York rapper 50 Cent might put out a new album sooner than anyone thinks. MMA executive Scott Coker has spilled the beans on when Curtis Jackson’s long-awaited new LP will drop.

At a recent Bellator 199 event press conference, Coker said Fif’s next project would come out this summer.

During the press conference, Coker was asked if there was a business deal with 50 yet and he replied with a surprising answer that the G-Unit boss is releasing a new album in a few weeks. “Yeah, he’s got a new album dropping in about six weeks,” Coker said around the 5:45 mark. “It’s like, look, he loves MMA. And when a big star like that loves MMA and wants to be involved, it just makes a lot of sense. And he wanted to come and check it out. This was his first time to a Bellator fight,” he continued. (Hip Hop N More)

In December, 50 Cent teased fans about his long-delayed Street King Immortal release.

The same week, the hip-hop veteran finally put out the his “Still Think I’m Nothing” music video.

A few weeks prior, 50 Cent hinted at new tunes possibly churning out with rap rookie Tory Lanez.