50 Cent has spoken on his oft-delayed fifth studio album for the past few years, but he promises that it will finally see the light of day. During an interview with Global Grind (via HHNM), Fif said that the LP will arrive by year’s end despite the fact that a single is yet to be released from the offering.
“[Business ventures are] how to sustain a longer career. Because hip-hop culture has a little attention span. So, forget what you’ve done in the past. It’s, what have you done for me lately? I got an album that’s coming out,” he said. “It’s on schedule now for the fourth quarter. So I’m ready to get it together. […] Early December.”
The G-Unit general originally revealed that he had begun work on the album, formerly titled Black Magic, in March 2010. He later said he scrapped the project and went back into the studio to record a new version of the LP. He most recently stated that the album would be released in November 2011.
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