50 Cent dropped his free album 5 (Murder By Numbers) only a few weeks ago, but he's already looking forward to his upcoming 5th studio project Street King Immortal. The LP is now expected to arrive on November 13 via Interscope and Shady/Aftermath Records.
Fif has fought some very public battles with his label recently, airing them out on Twitter for not supporting him, then later backtracking. All of that aside, though, it seems like there might be smooth sailing for here on in. Knowing that his studio album would be delayed, 50 told MTV News that he needed to drop a street LP.
"What I'm releasing right now is a part of me wanting music out during the middle of the summer," he said about 5 (Murder By Numbers). "I had a plan for myself: I wanted to have the new record come out during my birthday. I don't really need label support for this project. It's about the actual music, and I don't think people buy what record label you're on; I think they buy music or buy into the actual artist themselves."