Fri 6 Dec 2013
While his long-awaited Street King Immortal album remains in limbo, it appears 50 Cent is looking to kickstart the new year with a new project. During an interview with Huffington Post, the Queens rapper announced plans to release a “full body of work” in January. Described as more than a mixtape yet not quite an album, the project will feature all-new material. But even more interesting, Fiddy said he was “inspired in a whole other direction” when making it.
Let’s hope 50 can stick to a release schedule for this one.
But what about his long-coming album, “Street King Immortal”? Unfortunately, there is no word on the album release yet, but Jackson said he plans to put out a full body of work in January. While he did not label it as an album, he stated that it was more than a mixtape, and that it includes all original material. As to the sound of the release, he said he was “inspired in a whole other direction.”
Jackson didn’t offer up what direction that was, but when asked about his favorite records from 2013, he maybe provided some perspective.
“I’ve really been enjoying Big Sean’s ‘Beware,’ Drake’s ‘Started From The Bottom’ and I’m a Miley Cyrus fan,” he said. Discussing the controversy surrounding Cyrus, he said, “You can’t have artists just sitting in a box. Sometimes you build your own restraints and you prevent yourself from doing the things you truly want to do.”
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