Only one day following the release of 50 Cent’s new mixtape, The Lost Tape, his focus has returned to his fifth studio album. Last year, 50 Cent promised his fans he would release a new album before the end of the year. Unfortunately, this did not happen, leading to 50 Cent having choice words for his longtime label home, Interscope Records.
Since 2007, 50 Cent has been openly calling out Interscope Records. Earlier in his career, 50 Cent revealed he would leave the label once his contract expired. He led many to believe he already left in 2010. During this period of time, 50 Cent established a new deal for G-Unit Records under EMI Records.
AllHipHop.com recently caught up with 50 Cent, who is proud of the success of his new mixtape, but focused on his new album. Officially denying any true issues with Interscope Records, 50 Cent said his new album will be released on July 3. Previously, 50 Cent announced a summer release, but he said his album is coming with, or without, the support of Interscope Records.