50 Cent recently took to his Twitter to update his fans about the recording progress of his next as-of-yet untitled album. The Queens emcee and G-Unit general reflected on his smash major label debt, 20003’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’. The rapper also spoke about how success in the industry has been both a gift and a curse throughout his career.

My first album get rich or die trying was the greatest show on earth because people new I could die right in front of them. Its funny to meless than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

Because they were acting like they couldn’t die. The biggest difference I can think of since that record is successes. To hate me is to hateless than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

success. Good luck when or if you make it just know people are gonna hate you for it. This is true I try to understand what it does for themless than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

 

Fiddy also revealed to his fans that he will be going a different route while preparing for this album. The G-Unit head honcho says that he will not cut his hair until he has fully completed the album. He added a picture of his new ‘do in that same Tweet so fans can note the progress (see the link below).

Curtis not cutting hair until my album is done I’m going hard this time fuck it. My music is crazy right now http://plixi.com/p/46422784less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter