From the way things appear, Dr. Dre may be putting his album out before 50 Cent does. Back in 2010, 50 Cent made immediate plans to release his fifth studio album. The album marked the first time in 50 Cent’s career that he would release albums in consecutive years. But, ultimately, he would not drop his album.
50 Cent first delayed the album due to a change in the concept and revealed a new deal he established with EMI Records. Given the back-and-forth he had going with Interscope Records, it appeared as if the departure was inevitable. But, it later was revealed that Lloyd Banks was the only person involved with the deal and it was for one album.
Three years later, 50 Cent has little to nothing to show for his next album. This morning, 50 Cent talked to Hip Hop Nation about his ongoing project. 50 Cent explained the album delay and spoke on Interscope Records. After previously hinting at a G-Unit reunion, 50 Cent said it is unlikely that he, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks will reunite.
Listen to the entire interview below: