50 Cent has just been confirmed to join Fall Out Boy for the band's upcoming tour "Believers Never Die Part Deux". The rapper will be traveling with the Patrick Stump-fronted band on five dates in the roadshow.
Fiddy will support Fall Out Boy for the first time on April 17 in Grand Prairie, Texas. The next day, he will follow the band for another live performance in Houston at the Showgrounds of Sam Houston Race Park. Additional cities where he will sing in the band's tour will be shared in the coming week.
Aimed to promote Fall Out Boy's latest installment "Folie a Deux", "Believers Never Die Part Deux" will be kicked off on April 3 at Mesa Amphitheater in Arizona. Cobra Starship, Metro Station, All Time Low and Hey Monday have also been tapped as their supporting acts. Complete dates on the band's upcoming tour can be checked on their MySpace.
In another news related to 50 Cent, the rapper is inspired by Eminem's idea to drop two studio albums, planning to bring out another effort in addition to "Before I Self Destruct". He tells MTV, "What they don't know ... the new announcement is that I'm dropping two albums. I've had an opportunity to record since I thought I was releasing an album in December. But the portion of my record that I recorded with Dr. Dre was incomplete, because there was no opportunity to mix it."