Contrary to the previous reports, it turns out that not only The Game's new album that will have its release date being pushed but G-Unit's new album is also facing the same thing.
It was reported that The Game's new album "L.A.X" was about to be pushed by 50 Cent to avoid the same release date with G-Unit's new album. Now it turned out that not just Game's album which is being pushed back but the Unit's "Terminate on Sight" will also face the same thing.
Both artists' label Interscope has decided to hold back the release date for the albums "L.A.X" is now scheduled for release on July 8, while "Terminate on Sight" will hit the stores on July 1. Game has confirmed the new release date for his upcoming album saying, "I will drop my album on July 8 in order to clean up the mess 50 made with his new release on July 1. I thank all my fans for their support on the new single 'Pain' featuring Keyshia Cole."
Both albums were scheduled to be released on June 24. Game, 50 and G-Unit have been known to have had disputes among them which started in 2005. Until now they keep dissing out each other on their albums.
"L.A.X" itself will be Game's third album after releasing "The Documentary" in 2005 and "Doctor's Advocate" in 2006. Both of his previous albums have achieved success in the U.S. as the albums managed to peak at #1 on Billboard 200 Albums chart.