50 Cent says his next album will be his last

50 Cent has revealed that his next album will be his last full release – although he won’t be retiring from music.

The rapper and TV mogul has been teasing the sequel to 2014’s “Animal Ambition” for some time, but so far nothing has materialized.

In a recent interview promoting the upcoming release To be able to derivative series, To obligatewhich is based on the character of Tommy, 50 discussed one of his recent instagram postswhich caused a bit of buzz online because of the caption: “Smile, my next album might be my last.

Asked about the position, he confirmed The speech on CBS that his next release will be his last full-length project, but that he will continue to release music, much of it related to his television work.

You can watch 50’s interview below:

50 Cent has released five solo studio albums throughout his career: “Get Rich Or Die Tryin” (2003), “The Massacre” (2005), “Curtis” (2007), “Before I Self Destruct” (2009) and ‘Animal Ambition’ 2014). He also released two albums with G-Unit: ‘Beg For Mercy’ (2003) and ‘TOS (Terminate On Sight)’ (2008).

The most recent music 50 has shared is the theme song for Power Book IV: Strength.

The Jeremih and Lil Durk-assisted melody — called “Power Powder Play” — is the soundtrack to the opening tracks of the new series, which premieres February 6 via STARZ.

Meanwhile, rapper G-Unit has announced details of a massive London show at Wembley Arena this summer.

The gig announcement follows the rapper’s announcement as the headliner of Manchester’s Parklife Festival, which will be a UK-exclusive festival for 2022.

Tickets for the new London show, scheduled for June 10, went on sale Friday January 28. You can get tickets here.

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