After being delayed for several times, 50 Cent's new album "Before I Self Destruct" suffers from another pushback this week. Previously scheduled to arrive on November 17, the effort is now expected to come out on November 23, Rap-Up reports.
With the addition of 50 Cent's album, the fourth week of November becomes the most crowded week which lists several highly-anticipated releases. Rihanna's new album and Timbaland's "Shock Value 2" are set to come out on November 23, while Britney Spears' "The Singles Collection", Adam Lambert's major-label debut album and Lady GaGa's "The Fame: Monster" will be dropped on the next day.
50 Cent will be working with Dr. Dre to finish the album and making a duet with Eminem in one of its songs. In addition, the album will be adapted into a movie, which marks Fiddy's directorial debut and will be included in the album's packaging.
"Because I had additional time, I wrote, produced and directed my own film, 'Before I Self Destruct' and it'll actually be within the album's packaging," Fiddy explained. "So when you buy the record, you'll get the film that I wrote."