50 cent Street King Immortal

G-Unit mogul 50 Cent has confirmed that he will no longer be releasing the original ‘Street King Immortal’ album, the album was supposed to serve as the rapper’s sixth studio project but it seems it won’t be seeing the light of day, the rapper has however said that he will be releasing new music in September to make up for it.

“That original version is not [being released], but I’m releasing new music in September,” he said. He also added that Eminem will not feature on the project as he didn’t get to finish the songs he recorded with him for the SKI album (remember ‘Champions’ ?) “I didn’t finish the tracks with him… I’m not gonna tell who’s on it because I’m the most exciting person [on the album].”

‘Street King Immortal’ album has been in the works as far back as 2021 when he started promoting the project, we, however, saw the album get pushed back from one release date to another without it ever making it to digital stores. With production credits from 50 Cent (exec.), Dr. Dre, Eminem, Alex da Kid, Bangladesh, Boi-1da, Cardiak, DJ Felli Fel, Drumma Boy, Frank Dukes, Hit-Boy, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Jake One, Jim Jonsin, Just Blaze, and Symbolyc One, fans were hoping to see what 50 will come up with but now all hope is finally lost.

50 Cent has recently focused his attention on his directing and acting careers, his series power became the highest-rated show on the Starz network but the success did not slow 50 as he has focused his energy on several other projects including executively producing Pop Smoke’s debut posthumous album last year.

50 has also been teasing the spinoff of his highly-rated series ‘Power’ titled ‘Raising Kanan’ which he says will be way bigger than ‘Power.’ Raising Kanan debuts today, July 18.

Elsewhere, the rapper has been curating a soundtrack for his new series ‘Black Mafia Family’ which will also be premiering on the Starz network.