50 Cent just dropped his Animal Ambition album, but he’s already on to the next. The rapper revealed that a new G-Unit album will arrive later this year.
Fresh off the group’s reunion at Hot 97 Summer Jam on Sunday, 50, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo will release their first album in six years.
“You’ll see an album by late November,” said 50 during his appearance on Fox 29′s “Good Day Philadelphia.”
The rap collective has already been in the studio and released two remixes, one to Hit-Boy’s “Grindin’ My Whole Life” and another to Drake’s “0 to 100.”
“They know that it’s grind time,” 50 told Angie Martinez of his groupmates. “They gon’ get it. Whenever we get in that zone, they get crazy.”
50 will be joined by his fellow G-Unit members during a post-game concert at New York’s Citi Field on June 14.
In addition to G-Unit, 50 is expected to release his sixth solo album Street King Immortal later this year.