50 Cent Talks Next Album, New G-Unit Members
"I don't believe in voodoo," said Fif, denying that the album has anything to do with the occult. "But it'll be very addictive. The first time you'll hear it, you'll remember the songs that's on there. It's designed for fun — for listening pleasure.
The G-Unit general says he hopes to release the album by the end of summer, and that he is in no rush to conclude the recording process. "If I don't feel it's ready by the end of the summer, I'll just jeep it."
50 also spoke about his summer tour, revealing that he would likely not be bringing G-Unit mainstays Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo with him. "Banks has momentum with the first single off his new album, 'Beamer, Benz or Bentley.' So he'll be out [on his own tour] with H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger For More 2). While he's doing that, it probably wouldn't make sense for Yayo to come with me because his record is almost done now — he should use that time to complete his record and release it shortly after. But I'll be running arund."
But while Banks and Yayo might not be joining him, 50 did explain that he is in the process of recruiting new members to the group, which has in the past included Young Buck, Olivia and The Game.
Interestingly enough, 50 listed Twilight sensation Robert Pattinson as a potential member. "He has a big enough following to be the frontline," laughed 50. "Twilight ain't no joke."