50 Cent hints that he may 'go somewhere' if the renegotiation with Aftermath/Interscope Records 'doesn't go right.'
As his forthcoming studio LP "Before I Self Destruct" gets close to its release date in early February 2009, 50 Cent comes out with a statement claiming that he will be working on a renegotiation with Aftermath/Interscope Records. "My album requirements will actually be done, and it'll be time to renegotiate," he told MTV during an interview.
"So if things work out, I'll end up staying with Em [Eminem] and Aftermath/Interscope. If the negotiation doesn't go right, then I'll go elsewhere," 50 Cent said further. "It won't change our relationship, because Em's so rich it doesn't matter. That's why he'll just take off for two or three years, and you don't hear nothing or see nothing from him and then he comes back, because he can afford to do that."
50 Cent is scheduled to drop his fourth major studio album "Before I Self Destruct" in the U.S. stores on February 3, 2009. The album will include production team from Timbaland, Dr. Dre, Eminem and Swizz Beatz among others.
50 Cent talking about contract renegotiation with Aftermath/Interscope Records: