50 Cent Wants to Duet With Robbie Williams for Future Project


50 Cent Wants to Duet With Robbie Williams for Future Project


After his plan to join forces with Robbie Williams for 2007 LP 'Curtis' was canceled, 50 Cent hopes to team up with the former member of Take That in another project.

50 Cent speaks about his desire to collaborate with Robbie Williams in one of his new projects. Following his statement, the rapper says that they have discussed about the chance to hit studio for his 2007 studio album "Curtis" but the plan was canceled because the former member of Take That had to make his way for rehab.

"We actually attempted to do it during the 'Curtis' album," Fiddy explains to Reuters. "And I reached out to him and we talked about recording in Los Angeles and then the next time I spoke to him he was on his way to rehab so that didn't happen then."

Emphasizing that the duet plan hasn't been completely ruled out, Fiddy then admits he wants to make music together with Robbie someday. "Hopefully on one of my projects in the future we will have a chance to work with each other," so the musician, who is due to drop new album "Before I Self Destruct" in March, claims.

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