50 Cent and Game are releasing albums on the same day, September 16. As Complex pointed out, Game was first to share his Blood Money La Familia drop date, followed by Fif's announcement for Street King Immortal.
Both projects will be released independently.
The ex-G-Unit affiliates haven't spoken in years, even though Game has tried to squash their beef several times. Fif doesn't seem to be ready to call a truce yet, but that hasn't stopped the Compton MC from trying. He shouts out his former boss on track "Bigger Than Me" rapping, "These n---as ain't bigger than me / These n---as ain't Nas, ain't Jigga to me / These n---as ain't Em, they ain't 50 to me."
Nonetheless, the Queens native is pretty good at holding a grudge. Since he recently
reunited with the other G-Unit members, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck, publicly ignoring Game could be Fif's way of proving a point.
If Fif were to beat Game in the sales race, however, he may be more open to making peace. The last time he shared a date with a fellow MC –– in 2007 against Kanye West –– Fif wasn't victorious. West's Graduation sold 957,000 copies compared to Curtis with 691,000.
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