July 08, 2008 06:57:15 GMT
Although not having an exact release date yet, the rapper already has a high hope for his upcoming solo record by claiming that it could sell about 1 million copies in its first week release.
50 Cent believes that he can follow on Lil Wayne's recent success and get his upcoming solo album's sale reaching the 1 million mark on its first week release. According to MTV, 50 is very confident that his new record, "Before I Self Destruct" could reprise what Wayne's "Tha Carter III" did.
Moreover, speaking to MTV although the rapper hasn't announced an exact date yet, he did confirm that his upcoming record will be released on the fourth quarter of this year. Confirming his new LP's release schedule, 50 said, "Fourth quarter. I got some music. But I'mma make music until I reach a closing date. I'mma stay creative and continue to try and progress."
The rapper then also stated that he will keep on making quality music and delivering it to his fans as soon as possible. "I want to focus on the positive, and I feel I'm one of the more vocal people in hip-hop. Even when it's not about music, people pay attention to me, because I have something to offer. I'll continue to create quality music at a pace they haven't seen."
On his upcoming studio record, the rapper reportedly is teaming up with renown musicians and producers. Some of the names that have been tapped by 50 to produce tracks on his new LP are Timbaland, Swizz Beatz and Rich Harrison.