50 Cent may have recently left his label home Interscope Records for indie status, but the rap mogul is still making major moves. Most recently, Fif partnered his SMS Audio brand as a NASCAR sponsor. But it's still about the music for the multi-platinum selling rapper. Mr. Cent was recently in Florida to show support for his drivers Cole Whitt and Parker Kilergram at the Daytona 500 and during an interview with the press talked about his new pre-album project, Animal Ambition.

"The project is about prosperity, all the effects of it," said 50. "Even people developing sense of entitlement on some levels, envy, jealousy. There's the positive portion of it also. And just wanting to continue success. It matches where I am actually at this point."

The first songs he plans to drop are called "Don't Worry About It," and "Smoke." Fif confirmed to the AP the latter," "was produced by Dr. Dre."

As far as the bitter rivalry between Dre's Beats headphones and his own SMS brand, Jackson said each of the artists are biased to their own brand. "I'm listening to mine, he's listening to his," he added.

Check out the entire interview, below.

[via HHNM]