50 Cent and his G-Unit camp were rumored to be having problems at the start of this year. But less than a week after they reunited in New York City for Hot 97’s Summer Jam Concert, the G-Unit boss is confirming that there will be a new collaboration album from the crew. “Yes, you will see an album by late November,” 50 Cent said in an interview on “Good Day Philadelphia” this week. According to bet.com:
“Fif, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and possible new Unit inductee Kidd Kidd most recently put the G-Unit touch on Drake’s “0-100” track. While Drizzy remains on the opening, Fif comes in soon after with the Southside flow that captured fans during his ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’ ‘ days. ‘You got me f—-d up you think it’s different now a n—a rich/’Fore I get to cutting’, all you n—-s better cut the s–t,’ he raps.”
50 Cent is in the midst of promoting his new album “Animal Ambition,” which was released June 3 and was his first since leaving Interscope Records to start his independent label.
50 Cent projected first week sales should land him on the Billboard charts, but the projected first week sales are a mere 30,000, which is a far cry from the numbers that 50 is accustomed to doing.