December 26, 2012 12:29
50 Cent says his new album will 'not fall short of a classic'
Rapper releases 'Street King Immortal' on February 26, 2013
50 Cent has said his new album 'Street King Immortal' will "not fall short of a classic".
The rapper told his followers on Twitter earlier today (December 26) that he was going to start the New Year with a "new approach" and said hip hop gave him everything he could of dreamed for.
Hip Hop gave me every thing I could dream of. I guess the only way I can give back is doing my best im writing S.K.I classic #SMSaudio— 50cent (@50cent) December 25, 2012
"New year,New approach, I'm not afraid of change.this Sh!t is going perfect STREET KING IMMORTAL will not fall short of a classic," he added in response to fans asking about the new record.
Last month, 50 Cent unveiled the video for his new single 'My Life'. The track - produced by Symbolyc One (Jay Z, Kanye West) - features guest appearances from Eminem and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. You can watch the video below below.
'My Life' followed 'New Day’, which was produced by Dr Dre and mixed by Eminem and featured Alicia Keys, and both will feature on his fifth studio album 'Street King Immortal', the follow-up to 2009's 'Before I Self Destruct'.
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