50 Cent has disclosed that he'll be dropping his sixth studio album sometime later this year. The Power producer made the announcement during a chat with Access Hollywood Live's Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover on Saturday, July 15. Fif gave fans reason to anticipate that the vibe he is coming with will keep the clubs popping when he again brought Jay-Z's 4:44 up to infer that it wasn't the type of fun music fans are thirsty for in hip-hop today.
“It won’t be as smart as the JAY-Z record," 50 said of the project. "I want to make music that people can have fun to, so you don’t have to stop. You get it immediately without having to sit and analyze it.”
Street King Immortal will follow up on 50's 2014 effort Animal Ambition, and is speculated to be the last recording venture he takes on before he transitions to television. The G-Unit boss made mention of his plans to retire during an interview with Muscle & Fitness magazine in December, telling the publication "I don't want to write another record after that," in reference to the upcoming album.