50 Cent album release date pushed back

The rap star feels 'rushed' to meet target

50 Cent album release date pushed back
The release of 50 Cent's forthcoming album, 'Before I Self Destruct', has been pushed back to early 2009.

The follow-up to 2007's 'Curtis' was originally due to be released in the US on December 16, but his record label, Interscope, said that the rap star was feeling rushed to meet that target date, so he has decided to take more time.

They have not yet announced the exact date of the release of the new album, which features guest spots from Dr Dre and Eminem.

It will come packaged with a full-length feature film in which 50 Cent plays an aspiring basketball star who turns to a life of crime after his mother is murdered, reports Billboard.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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