Akon, already gaining 2.6 million sales, is fattening his second album "Konvicted" with bonus tracks and a DVD. Details have come up on this special edition that will be put on shelves August 28 through Konvict/Upfront/SRC/Universal Motown.
The album will now contain a Rush Hour 3 soundtrack featuring Kardinal Offishall aptly called "Rush", a yet-untitled new song and "Sorry, Blame It on Me". The latest being the song he wrote following the controversy that he performed a graphic sex scene with an underage girl in a Trinidad concert.
The DVD in the mean time sports music videos for his popular hits "Smack That," "I Wanna Love You" and "Don't Matter." There will also be a documentary footage of Akon's recent visit to his native country, Senegal.
"Sorry, Blame It on Me" debuted at #7 in Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and its music video is to be premiered on Yahoo! on August 8.