Coming off of the lackluster sales of his last album, Before I Self Destruct, 50 Cent is said to already be back in the studio. During the promotion of the album, 50 Cent said that he had recorded enough music to create two new albums. Following the lead of Eminem, 50 Cent made the decision to use the extra material to create another album.
Next year, Interscope Records is supposed to release a Greatest Hits album by 50 Cent. That will complete the five-album deal that he signed with the label in 2002. When he first spoke of this album, 50 Cent said that it would only feature his G-Unit artists and production from his stable of in-house G-Unit producers.
As it stands, 50 Cent has no plans of re-signing with Interscope Records. Diddy is going to replace him there. Last year, it was rumored that 50 Cent was preparing to strike a deal with MySpace that was similar to the deal that Jay-Z struck with Live Nation. There is not much information on the label situation or the album.
Currently, there is no set release date or a title for this album. However, it will be released on the same G-Unit label, distribution is unclear. 50 Cent hopes to release the album before the end of 2010.