50 Cent Reveals Collaborations With Chris Brown, Eminem And More On New Album
After three years, 50 Cent will be releasing another studio album this winter entitled 'Street King Immortal'. In a recent interview with US station 102.5 KDON, the rapper and entrepreneur spoke about some of the artists we can expect to see on the LP. Confirming artists such as Eminem, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Ne-Yo, Fiddy has been enjoyed working with musicians who are out-of-house, as he had solely featured in-house artists in the past…
"People can expect me, Em… I did a song with Chris Brown on the record, Trey Songz, I did something with Ne-Yo," he said. "In the process [of making 'Street King Immortal'] I recorded with half a music culture. I've worked with everybody. In the past, I hadn't reached out to artists and worked with them as much; ‘Get Rich Or Die Tryin' didn't have anyone [on it] that wasn't in-house."
Following the success of his most recent release 'New Day', featuring Alicia Keys and Dr.Dre, the musician is excited to release some more material soon. "I can't wait; I'm looking forward to releasing more material from this actual album. I'ma release another song in like three weeks."
'Street King Immortal' is set to drop on November 13.
Words: Tiffany Calver (@TiffanyCalver)