Piracy Effect on 50 Cent's Massacre



50 Cent Moves Up "Massacre" release date due to internet piracy concerns

50 Cent has moved up his closely to the streets album "The Massacre" release date from March 8 to March 3. To explain further, Interscope marketing executive Steve Berman claims it was piracy that made 50 Cent and Interscope to do so because "The best way to combat piracy problems is by getting the real version into stores with all the exclusive content and special packaging that comes with it."

50 Cent singer, Fiddy adds that he wants to satisfy his fans and thus he wants to give the best for them by preventing them from buying the "wrong" or "imitation" album.

© AceShowbiz.com


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