50 Cent has announced that his next album will be his last full-length album. The rap legend, who will be making another mixtape, said it doesn’t mean he’s retiring from music.
The rapper and TV boss last appeared in front of his fans in 2014 with an album called Animal Ambition. Interviewed to promote the upcoming Power spin-off series Force 50, Curtis “50 Cent’ Jackson said, “Smile my next album might be my last.” said. He announced on The Talk that he will continue to air music, but will most likely focus on TV projects.
50 Cent And His Albums That Reach Millions Of Fans
- Solo Albums
2000 Power of the Dollar (unreleased)
2003 Get Rich or Die Tryin’
2005 The Massacre
2009 Before I Self Destruct
2012 5 (Murder by Numbers)
2014 Animal Ambition
- G-Unit Albums
2003 Beg for Mercy
2008 T.O.S: Terminate on Sight
Since his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin in 2003, 50 Cent has become both a rap legend and a media mogul. His launch of record label G-Unit, a lucrative endorsement deal at Vitamin Water, and successful work in various TV projects are some of the factors that make him most successful.
50 Cent, who will no longer be in the album release stages with his latest album Animal Ambition released in 2014, touched on some points in his post. “Smile my next album might be my last 😆. I terrorized hip hop for 14 years,don’t believe me Nielsen, the numbers will never lie but i’m nobody’s favorite Smh 🤦♂️Nah 😈I’m Top 10 dead or alive and i’m not done 📺”
— 50cent (@50cent) January 31, 2022
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