When 50 Cent released his 5 (Murder by Numbers) free album a little over a week ago, he whet the appetite of his loyal listeners, but kept them wanting much more.

Well, the G-Unit general might have just the fix for them today (July 17). That’s because, over the weekend, ’Fif told Digital Spy that he’d be dropping the untitled single to his official Interscope LP, Street King Immortal, today. 50 says the single features Dr. Dre and Alicia Keys.

On paper, a lineup like that seems destined to create a huge splash and mark quite the first offering for 50’s anticipated, Street King Immortal, which is tentatively slated for a November release.

There’s no telling as of now if the compilation will include features with G-Unit members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo, who 50 talked about during a recent appearance on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, as previously reported by XXLMag.com.

“I’ve enabled them to a point where they feel like they don’t have to do anything,” 50 began explaining about Banks and Yayo. “I end up doing their job, too.”

“They haven’t had a manager,” he added. “I’ve been managing them for their entire careers. That $8.7, $9 million a piece. I did that for them. I’m telling them since the top of last year, ‘Yo you got to find managers.’”

Although Street King Immortal is slated for a November release, the exact date hasn’t been announced as of yet.

5 (Murders by Numbers) offers 10 tracks, including “My Crown,” “NY” and “Can I Speak To You,” featuring ScHoolboy Q.—Jakinder Singh