After releasing the first track, "Stop Crying," on Tuesday, 50 Cent has announced an official release date for his imminent mixtape The Big 10. The G-Unit general will be dropping the project on Friday, December 9 at Noon ET.
"Ok THE BIG 10 is coming out next Friday at 12:00 pm," 50 wrote on Twitter.
The new mixtape, commemorating 10 years since Fif's first street release 50 Cent Is The Future, comprises 10 new tracks. The rapper and business mogul has also promised a music video for each song.
It has been a turbulent year for Fif, musically. He has been at odds with his label Interscope Records over the release of his fifth studio album. In absence of being able to gain any real traction on his music project, the rapper has been involved in a charity initiative, “Street King,” which aims to feed a billion people worldwide.
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