50 Cent To Follow Up ‘Animal Ambition’ With ‘Street King Immortal’ In September
50 Cent has announced he will drop the follow up to Animal Ambition, the long-talked about Street King Immortal, in September. The album, originally slated to be Fif’s fifth LP before he crafted AA, has been on people’s radar since 2012 and has produced three singles, “New Day” featuring Alicia Keys and “My Life” featuring Eminem and “Major Distribution” featuring Snoop Dogg and Jeezy. The project will now drop at the close of the summer.
“Street King Immortal will be out in September,” said 50. “I have a real strict schedule. Ima be moving around a lot, a lot of work.” The rest of 2014 looks to be a busy year for the G-Unit boss who also recently announced a G-Unit reunion album will hit shelves in November. The Queens mogul will also be pushing his latest small screen project, Power, a crime drama that will run on the Starz network. You can check out the premier episode, here.
Peep Fif’s SKI revelation, below.